Definition for STEN-TO-RO-PHON'IC

STEN-TO-RO-PHON'IC, a. [from Stentor, a herald in Homer, whose voice was as loud as that of fifty other men, and Gr. φωνη, voice.]

Speaking or sounding very loud. Of this stentorophonic horn of Alexander there is a figure preserved in the Vatican. – Derham.

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