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Meanings of Sonnetise:

verb

To celebrate in, or make the subject of, a sonnet or sonnets.

Meanings of Sonnetish:

adjective

Suggestive of the sonnet form.

Meanings of Sonnetist:

noun

A writer of composer of sonnets; a sonneteer.

Meanings of Sonnetize:

verb

To celebrate in, or make the subject of, a sonnet or sonnets.

Meanings of Sonnetry:

noun

The writing or composition of sonnets; the sonnet as a literary form.

Sonnets

ˈsɒn.ɪt

Meanings of Sonnets:

noun

A poem of fourteen lines using any of a number of formal rhyme schemes, in english typically having ten syllables per line.

Usage examples:

Most of the poems employ the forms of the sonnet, rhymed couplets, and ballad stanzas, and most wer…
verb

Compose sonnets.

Usage examples:

And in delightful tones sit sonneting

Meanings of Sonnobuoy:

noun

A buoy equipped to detect underwater sounds and transmit them by radio.

Usage examples:

The ship can be used as a testbed for a range of naval systems including sonobuoys, small towed und…

Sonny

ˈsʌni

Meanings of Sonny:

noun

Used by an older person as a familiar form of address for a young boy.

Usage examples:

You run along, sonny, and keep those thoughts to yourself.

Meanings of Sonogram:

noun

A graph representing a sound, showing the distribution of energy at different frequencies.

Usage examples:

A link brings you to an informative introduction, followed by a list of six birds whose sounds are …

Meanings of Sonography:

noun

The analysis of sound using an instrument which produces a graphical representation of its component frequencies.

Usage examples:

I then inputted the vocalizations into a macintosh computer and produced sonograms using the sound …

Sonometer

səˈnɒmɪtə

Meanings of Sonometer:

noun

Another term for monochord.

Sonorants

ˈsɒn(ə)r(ə)nt

Meanings of Sonorants:

noun

A sound produced with the vocal cords so positioned that spontaneous voicing is possible; a vowel, a glide, or a liquid or nasal consonant.

Usage examples:

She also found a sex-linked effect with initial sonorants vs. obstruents: obstruents were hotter on…

Meanings of Sonoriferous:

adjective

That conveys sound; soniferous, resounding.

Meanings of Sonorific:

adjective

Producing, or capable of producing, sound.

Sonority

səˈnɒr.ə.ti

Meanings of Sonority:

noun

The quality or fact of being sonorous.

Usage examples:

Enescu's compatriot, mihaela martin, handles well the composer's demands for texture and sonority.

Meanings of Sonorosity:

noun

The fact or quality of being sonorous; sonorousness.

Sonorous

ˈsɒn.ər.əs

Meanings of Sonorous:

adjective

(of a person's voice or other sound) imposingly deep and full.

Usage examples:

He read aloud with a sonorous and musical voice

Meanings of Sonorously:

adverb

In a way that has a deep, pleasant sound

Usage examples:

A large bearded man lifted her into his arms and laughed sonorously., he never said anything import…

Meanings of Sons:

noun

A boy or man in relation to either or both of his parents.

Usage examples:

Throughout their relationship, they had been the main parents to four sons, all of whom had been co…

Sonsie

ˈsɒnsi

Meanings of Sonsie:

adjective

Having an attractive and healthy appearance.

Usage examples:

This eccentric character never enjoyed the faculty of sight, and many still living remember the son…

Meanings of Sonsier:

adjective

Having an attractive and healthy appearance.

Usage examples:

This eccentric character never enjoyed the faculty of sight, and many still living remember the son…

Sonsiest

ˈsɒnsi

Meanings of Sonsiest:

adjective

Having an attractive and healthy appearance.

Usage examples:

This eccentric character never enjoyed the faculty of sight, and many still living remember the son…

Meanings of Sonsy:

adjective

Having an attractive and healthy appearance.

Usage examples:

This eccentric character never enjoyed the faculty of sight, and many still living remember the son…

Sook

suːk

Meanings of Sook:

noun

A female crab.

Sool

suːl

Meanings of Sool:

verb

(of a dog) attack or worry (an animal).

Usage examples:

A pair of these birds will sometimes sool a hare

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