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  • noun Plural form of stentor.


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  • We now -- says Captain Semmes -- began to part our tow lines by these stoppages and startings, and it took a long time to get the line fast again; so after a sleepless night, during which, as I lay in my cot trying to sleep, it seemed as if a dozen stentors on deck were rivaling each other in making the night hideous, I sent word to get the boats run up again, and to continue our course to Fernando de Noronha without interruption.

    The Cruise of the Alabama and the Sumter Raphael Semmes 1843


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