Chorister [noun]

Definition of Chorister:

person who can carry a tune

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Sentence/Example of Chorister:

There is one in West Wickham Churchyard devoted to a chorister, and sculptured with a representation of the church organ-pipes.

And with that the chorister's mother hobbled off, telling everybody she met the same story.

As they waited there in the chapel for the two priests, the chorister, and the beadle, Rastignac grasped Christophe's hand.

There was but one mourning coach, which the priest and chorister agreed to share with Eugene and Christophe.

Asaph, a Levite and psalmist appointed by David as leading chorister in the divine services.

Upon inquiry, I found that at home in England, he had been a chorister boy at church.

His hair was cut square on his forehead like a village chorister's; he looked reliable, but very ill at ease.

The chorister seemed much pleased to meet an American, and showed me every mark of attention.

There were also six chorister boys, five of these being the same in both Cathedrals.

We trace the young boy to school; we see him a chorister in the choir of St. Michael's, Lueneburg.