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stentorian (adj.)

"of powerful voice," c. 1600, from Stentor, legendary Greek herald in the Trojan War, whose voice (described in the "Iliad") was as loud as 50 men. His name is from Greek stenein "groan, moan," from PIE imitative root *(s)ten-, source of Old English þunor "thunder."

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Definitions of stentorian

stentorian (adj.)
(used of the voice or sound) deep and resonant;
Synonyms: booming
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