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  • noun Plural form of choralist.


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  • The second lyrical period lasts until another nest has been built and another clutch of eggs has been hatched, when the choralists again relapse into comparative silence.

    Our Bird Comrades 1896

  • How many choralists took part in the matutinal concert I cannot say, but there were scores of them.

    Our Bird Comrades 1896

  • The matutinal concert was early in full swing, the hermit thrushes, western robins, and Audubon's warblers being the chief choralists.

    Birds of the Rockies 1896

  • It was a dulcet strain, and stirred memories half sad, half glad, of many a charming ramble about my eastern home when the song-sparrows were the chief choralists in the outdoor opera festival.

    Birds of the Rockies 1896


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