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Definition of choral:

  1. Belonging to a choir or chorus; sung in a choir; chanted or sung.

Google Ngram Viewer results for choral:

This graph shows how "choral" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for choral:

  1. And in the mean time, if I had an advantage in one accomplishment, which is all a matter of accident, or peculiar taste and feeling, they, on the other hand, had a great advantage over me in the more elaborate difficulties of Greek, and of choral Greek poetry. –  by
  2. He went wherever good music was to be had; he belonged to a choral society and was in great request amongst his father's friends at evening entertainments. –  by
  3. Why, there is a Choral Society in every village of Wales. –  by

Quotes for choral:

  1. That was one of the big problems when I was at Harvard studying music. We had to write choral pieces in the style of Brahms or Mendelssohn, which was distressing because in the end you realized how good Brahms is, and how bad you are.
  2. When the truth is that there would be no great Western music, and certainly no decent choral repertoire, without the Catholic faith.

Rhymes for choral:

  1. aural, coral, durrell, floral, goral, laurel, moral, oral, quarrel, sorrel, borel, loral, curle, sorel, morell, orel, sorrell, norell, erle, sorell, koral, murrell, boral;
  2. amoral, auroral, balmoral, immoral;