I mean, you know, obviously one sounds terribly sort of stentorian and, you know, I mean… Ultimately, it is what it is, right?
The roll of the drum and the stentorian voice of the gallant chief calling to arms mingled together.
The tone in which this was spoken was harsh and stentorian, and almost made me bounce.
He broke it by lifting his voice in a stentorian shout, which arrested the pursuit of his men.
Without waiting for an answer, he commenced, in stentorian tones.
As they ended, a stentorian voice shouted out, Who cares for General Pillow?
Then, as the porter shouted in stentorian tones, “New Yawk—all out!”
At the little post-towns of Nottingham and Marlborough the stentorian tones roused the people from their sleep.
Sawyer supported their herculean efforts with bursts of stentorian laughter.
One of them, the leader, called out in stentorian tones, "All hands fer de fust set!"
"of powerful voice," c.1600, from Stentor, legendary Greek herald in the Trojan War, whose voice (described in the "Iliad") was as loud as 50 men. His name is from Greek stenein "groan, moan," from PIE imitative root *(s)ten-, source of Old English þunor "thunder."