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canorous / kuh-nawr-us
adjective

1. melodious; musical.

Example: The young singer's canorous voice captivated everyone in the audience.

Origin: 1640–50; < L canōrus, equiv. to canōr- (s. of canor song, equiv. to can(ere) to sing + -or -or1) + -us -ous]

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