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- adv. With a loud, resonant sound.
- adv. Emphatically, so as to be celebrated.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a resounding manner
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So what did we learn from this latest undertaking, this latest accomplishment struck so resoundingly from the bucket list:
Chris Mason, who has answered the call resoundingly well.
KOPPEL: And following Jefferson's victory Saturday, the Black Caucus again sprang to his side, trumpeting his victory, declaring that the voters have spoken "resoundingly" and called on all members of Congress to rally behind Jefferson -- Wolf.
But the two winners emerging from this contest are President Grimsson, whose refusal to ratify the treaty has been resoundingly vindicated, and the former conservative prime minister 1991–2004, David Oddsson, who as editor of Iceland's leading newspaper Morgunbladid fought the treaty tooth and nail.
I don't know what you guys are thinking, but I think Nico was resoundingly embarrassed by WaPo and the Times.
That was one of the reforms proposed by Republicans during the debate — to allow people to purchase insurance across state lines — but it was resoundingly rejected by liberals who think the only good regulation is More.
In it he refutes, in a resoundingly biblical fashion, the common charge that the Mass is "unbiblical".
Regarding your editorial " Off the California Rails " May 31: California voters said resoundingly that they want high-speed rail and have done their part by investing $9 billion to ensure it becomes a reality.
HOUSE PASSES CONTINUING RESOLUTION, SHUTDOWN OFFICIALLY AVERTED FOR, LIKE, A MINUTE - The House this afternoon resoundingly passed the continuing resolution that will keep the government funded until November 18th, 352 to 66.
Matt Canter , a spokesman for the Senate Democrats' campaign committee, said nothing has changed about McMahon since voters resoundingly rejected her candidacy last year.''
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