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sonorous
used in Jane Eyre

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full and deep sounding
  • A joyous stir was now audible in the hall: gentlemen's deep tones and ladies' silvery accents blent harmoniously together, and distinguishable above all, though not loud, was the sonorous voice of the master of Thornfield Hall, welcoming his fair and gallant guests under its roof.
    Chapter 17 (25% in)

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