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canorous

adjective ca·no·rous \kə-ˈnr-əs, ˈka-nə-rəs\

Definition of CANOROUS

:  pleasant sounding :  melodious
ca·no·rous·ly adverb
ca·no·rous·ness noun

Examples of CANOROUS

  1. <a canorous chorus of birdsong filled the morning air>

Origin of CANOROUS

Latin canorus, from canor melody, from canere to sing — more at chant
First Known Use: 1646

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