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  • noun Plural form of choruser.


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  • Beyond the lodge gates came the high-road, and here half a dozen of the chorusers shouted goodnight, and rode away northward and by east in the teeth of the wind; but the greater number bowled along with the doctor south-west to the cross-roads under Barrow Down.

    Corporal Sam and Other Stories Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch 1903

  • – then he turns to Iraq, and from there, to certain chorusers of bunk:

    Firedoglake » Late Nite FDL: Don’t Cry for Me, New Republic 2006


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