- adj. of a sound That echoes.
“Trevor's voice, kind of echoey and distant, told her that he was on his way toCalifornia, to theNapaValleywhere he was going to finish his article.”
“It was a repeated, echoey sound, like a bell in a school building—a fire alarm!”
“The echoey, pinging sound that is both strange and somehow familiar.”
“I'm more used to buskers in the London underground who get help from enclosed, echoey spaces.”
“A pause came, and I heard clanking in the background, repetitive and echoey, like thepingof a baseball against an aluminum bat.”
“The lights flickered; way down the hollow hall you could hear the echoey clang of lockers slamming.”
“I dial a hair to the right and hear a guttural voice—distant and echoey—butchering “I Am the Walrus.””
“The acoustics in here have the nightmarishly echoey quality of some of the Beatles' more conceptual stuff.”
“Not just nightmarishly echoey, but so as in specific subsection of certain band's music.”
“The sounds of white-tie-and-tails 30s jazz wafts gently around the echoey space – a cliché, but a necessary one in a hotel which is a whole raft of glorious clichés made of bricks and mortar.”
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