Third-person singular simple present indicative form of chorus.(verb)
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Use "choruses" in a sentence
"Man's best friend, stationed on the roof of most houses, joined together in choruses of frenzied barking, provides the moon, the casual stroller in the street, and the insomniacs among us with examples of his devotion to duty."
"German Tendenz choruses, that is choruses with conscious social significance."
"They are a set of fellows (as I conceive) who, being limited by their talents to the burthen of the song at the play-houses, in revenge have got the common popular airs by Bishop, or some cheap composer, arranged for choruses, that is, to be sung all in chorus."