from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A singer or composer of choral music.—
- noun A member of a church choir.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun A singer or composer of chorals.
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- noun A
singeror composerof chorals.
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Properly speaking, therefore, the feathered choralist does not have a voice, but only a wind instrument; albeit a marvelous contrivance it is.
Our Bird Comrades 1896
On the plains of Colorado there dwells a feathered choralist that deserves a place in American bird literature, and the day will perhaps come when his merits will have due recognition, and then he shall have not only a monograph, but also an ode all to himself.
Birds of the Rockies 1896
A person with a tragic background, inspiring history or cute accent will advance faster than the generic choralist.
Viewfinder BLUES 2009
Concerning Königshofen as choralist see MATHIAS, Phototypische Wiedergabe des Königshofenschen
The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent 1840-1916 1913
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