[ sten-tawr-ee-uhn ]
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Part of Speech adjective
Origin + Etymology
1595–1605; Greek "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
  • blaring
  • loud
  • resounding
  • orotund
  • quiet
  • soft
  • gentle
  • low
  • hushed
  • muffled
  • tranquil
  • toned down
very loud or powerful in sound
A) The man had a stentorian voice that shook the room. B) The stentorian music was so loud that I thought you could hear it from outer space.
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