1 The doctor's letter was the first of a chorus of indignation that was beginning to be heard all over the South against speculators, profiteers and holders of government contracts.
2 Always the rising chorus swelled: "We are hungry, your wife, your babies, your parents."
3 When the night was still, it was too still--as though the tree frogs, katydids and sleepy mockingbirds were too frightened to raise their voices in the usual summer-night chorus.
4 This they would sing, as a chorus, to words which to many would seem unmeaning jargon, but which, nevertheless, were full of meaning to themselves.
5 The din in front swelled to a tremendous chorus.
6 There was silence save for the chanted chorus of the trees.
7 The chorus peaked over the still earth.
8 The voices of the cannon were clamoring in interminable chorus.
9 Look, there's the chorus, the villagers, coming on now, between the trees.
10 While the chorus was sung, the picnickers assembled.
11 And so saying, he reached the harp, and entertained his guest with the following characteristic song, to a sort of derry-down chorus, appropriate to an old English ditty.
12 "Now, that is not ill sung," said Wamba, who had thrown in a few of his own flourishes to help out the chorus.
13 He came into the room and nodded abstractedly to Wildeve, his lips still parted, and his features excruciatingly strained in the emission of the chorus.
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14 Yet Thomasin occupied Mrs. Yeobright's thoughts but slightly as she looked up the valley of the heath, alive with butterflies, and with grasshoppers whose husky noises on every side formed a whispered chorus.
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15 Eluding Jordan's undergraduate who was now engaged in an obstetrical conversation with two chorus girls, and who implored me to join him, I went inside.