A call in the midst of the crowd, My own voice, orotund sweeping and final.
"Leaves of Grass" by Walt Whitman
Always an orotund man, he has the Chautauqua manner indeed in this exigency.
"The Art Of The Moving Picture" by Vachel Lindsay
It rolled over our heads with orotund volume.
"Children of the Market Place" by Edgar Lee Masters
There is a voice of unusual roundness and fulness known as the orotund, which is indispensable to the public speaker.
"Talks on Talking" by Grenville Kleiser
Mrs. Hallam was sitting in orotund silence, but seemed in good humour.
"Visionaries" by James Huneker
To match a short vowel to an orotund concert note for two beats and a "hold" was impossible.
"The Story of the Hymns and Tunes" by Theron Brown and Hezekiah Butterworth
With the orotund, as well as with the natural quality, all the voice modes previously described may be conjoined.
"The Ontario Readers: The High School Reader, 1886" by Ministry of Education
At once Serrano's orotund Italian voice shot out into the crowd.
"Mountain" by Clement Wood