Antonyms
Etymology

1. chorus

noun. ['ˈkɔrəs'] any utterance produced simultaneously by a group.

Antonyms

  • noncompliance

Etymology

  • chorus (Latin)
  • χορός (Ancient Greek (to 1453))

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Words that Rhyme with Chorus Frog

  • prolog
  • smog
  • slog
  • skog
  • prague
  • plog
  • pirog
  • parag
  • krog
  • grogg
  • grog
  • frogge
  • frogg
  • flog
  • clog
  • clague
  • agog
  • zogg
  • waag
  • tague
  • rogge
  • pog
  • mogg
  • maag
  • lague
  • jog
  • hogge
  • hogg
  • hog
  • haag

Example sentences of the word chorus-frog


1. Noun Phrase
The northern spring peeper is the other chorus frog in the state and grows just over 1 inch.

2. Noun Phrase
These include two species of chorus frogs -- striped and western -- and the northern leopard frog.

3. Noun Phrase
The western chorus frog ( Pseudacris triseriata ) inhabits a range that extends from southern Quebec down to Oklahoma.

4. Noun Phrase
Reptilian and amphibian natives range from the Western chorus frog to garter snakes.

2. chorus

noun. ['ˈkɔrəs'] the part of a song where a soloist is joined by a group of singers.

Synonyms

  • vocal
  • refrain
  • tra-la-la
  • tra-la
  • music

Antonyms

  • natural object
  • curve
  • straight line
  • uncover

Etymology

  • chorus (Latin)
  • χορός (Ancient Greek (to 1453))

3. chorus

noun. ['ˈkɔrəs'] a group of people assembled to sing together.

Synonyms

  • musical organisation
  • musical organization
  • musical group

Antonyms

  • dissuasion
  • uncommunicative
  • soft
  • act

Etymology

  • chorus (Latin)
  • χορός (Ancient Greek (to 1453))

4. chorus

verb. ['ˈkɔrəs'] utter in unison.

Synonyms

  • let loose
  • let out
  • emit

Antonyms

  • incomplete
  • hold
  • keep quiet
  • take in

Etymology

  • chorus (Latin)
  • χορός (Ancient Greek (to 1453))

5. chorus

noun. ['ˈkɔrəs'] a body of dancers or singers who perform together.

Synonyms

  • ensemble
  • chorus line
  • line
  • chorine
  • corps de ballet
  • chorus girl

Antonyms

  • close up
  • whisper
  • shout
  • specify

Etymology

  • chorus (Latin)
  • χορός (Ancient Greek (to 1453))

6. chorus

verb. ['ˈkɔrəs'] sing in a choir.

Synonyms

  • sing

Antonyms

  • vowel
  • consonant

Etymology

  • chorus (Latin)
  • χορός (Ancient Greek (to 1453))

7. frog

noun. ['ˈfrɑːg'] any of various tailless stout-bodied amphibians with long hind limbs for leaping; semiaquatic and terrestrial species.

Synonyms

  • midwife toad
  • Gastrophryne carolinensis
  • sheep frog
  • ranid
  • bell toad
  • Leptodactylus pentadactylus
  • barking frog
  • robber frog
  • ribbed toad
  • tree-frog
  • Alytes cisternasi
  • leptodactylid
  • toad frog
  • tailed toad
  • obstetrical toad
  • spadefoot toad
  • salientian
  • crapaud
  • spadefoot
  • toad
  • leptodactylid frog
  • true frog
  • Liopelma hamiltoni
  • Ascaphus trui
  • Gastrophryne olivacea
  • Hylactophryne augusti
  • fire-bellied toad
  • South American bullfrog
  • true toad
  • batrachian
  • amphibian
  • Bombina bombina
  • western narrow-mouthed toad
  • tailed frog
  • South American poison toad
  • tongueless frog
  • tree frog
  • anuran
  • Alytes obstetricans
  • tree toad

Antonyms

  • get off
  • detach
  • unhitch
  • juvenile

Etymology

  • frog legs (English)
  • frogge (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • frogga (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

8. frog

verb. ['ˈfrɑːg'] hunt frogs for food.

Synonyms

  • capture

Etymology

  • frog legs (English)
  • frogge (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • frogga (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

9. frog

noun. ['ˈfrɑːg'] a decorative loop of braid or cord.

Antonyms

  • stay

Etymology

  • frog legs (English)
  • frogge (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • frogga (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

10. frog

noun. ['ˈfrɑːg'] a person of French descent.

Synonyms

  • Gaul
  • Frenchwoman
  • Frenchman

Etymology

  • frog legs (English)
  • frogge (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • frogga (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
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