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Echo again or repeatedly.[no object] ‘Dawn's words re-echoed in her mind’
throb, reverberate, pulsate, pulse, palpitate, resonate, resound, ring, echo, re-echo, boom, thunder, thump, pound, beat, drum, thud, thrum, hammerView synonyms
- ‘Her voice echoed and re-echoed through the cavern complex before Mara hissed, ‘Do you want to be buried alive?’’
- ‘Suddenly, we both heard a loud voice that seem to come from within, that boomed and re-echoed throughout.’
- ‘Those familiar with the author's writings will find his cherished themes re-echoed - or, more accurately, brought to bear on the subject of mission.’
- ‘Christmas is a time for renewing and cementing friendships, and for re-echoing the message of peace.’
- ‘I'd like to re-echo the sentiment: Happy Birthday, grandma!’
- ‘Our school chapel, whose acoustics were appalling for the spoken word, was splendid for anything contrapuntal and gorgeous for Gregorian chant, as the notes echoed and re-echoed.’
- ‘Their chatter, laughter, and shouts rose up in a wall of cacophonous sound that echoed and re-echoed in the cavernous building, creating an incessant roar like a pounding surf.’
- ‘Shrieking thunder echoed and re-echoed throughout the gun chamber, shaking dust from the pipes that began to yammer as fuel gushed along them, adding their din to the cacophony.’
- ‘And joyous laughter echoed and re-echoed around the room and rolled over the city, lifting the hearts of the multitudes.’
- ‘People believe that ‘her sayings echo and re-echo to this day’.’
- ‘The others who were farther, shivered at his loud scream as it echoed and re-echoed within the walls of the large ancestral home.’
- ‘He also re-echoed that he would not hold any office or political position once Tibetans are allowed limited autonomy.’
- ‘It echoed and re-echoed around the room long after the reverberations ceased.’
- ‘Her sayings echo and re-echo to this day.’
- ‘As they dragged her away, Sye's roar echoed and re-echoed in the school hallway.’
- ‘Then followed a multitude of other escapes, gradually diminishing in sound but rolling and re-echoing through the troubled air.’
A re-echoed word or sound.
- ‘With the echo and reecho of the cave, the colony of bats sounded like the oncoming of a train.’
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