Then came a procession of chorister boys down the church, each bearing a small bouquet of fern and white flowers.
That sweet singer, the solitaire, is the chorister of the forest.
He was a practising Christian, a church warden of his parish and a chorister with a thundering voice.
No smokes, no drinks, few if any eats—and not a chorister in sight.
First, a chorister bearing a cross; then two others chanting, with the priest, the dirge for the dead.
"If he's a chorister, I'd like to go where he keeps his choir," said Rob.
A selfish chorister is not a chorister, though possessed of the voice of a Melba or Mario.
The superintendent should select the hymns, in conference with the chorister.
An inscription records that it was given in 1858 by a citizen once a chorister; it is by Edmundson & Son.
He was an English sailor and in his boyhood had been a chorister in a great Cathedral.