The Chesterfield Kings he smoked made his voice sonorous and his throat clearing a bronchial event.
She began chanting, the words sonorous and liquid.
The programme strained to be fair - and managed some intelligence and sonorous dialogue.
Those sonorous words did not emanate from Donald Graham or Arthur Sulzberger Jr., but from William Dean Singleton, one of the most controversial figures in the newspaper world.
Dewar, who came to embody the thrifty character of the nation, had a vision which is encapsulated in those first six sonorous words.
That, of course, was the sonorous voice of Helen Thomas.
His voice used to be sonorous , melodious, and relaxing to her most of the time, but lately, he nearly always sounded impatient, stressed, or angry.
The tall, square-jawed actor with a deep, sonorous voice made more than 50 films in a career spanning six decades.
This phraseology is grandiose, rotund and sonorous , but signifies a fatal weakness in Walcott's approach to both Brand and Philip.
A man of sonorous voice seems to be ruminating on the nature of beauty.