- v. Simple past tense and past participle of sound.
“Several journalists and some of my own colleagues in government told me the term sounded patronizing.”
“Even his name sounded as if it belonged to a scrappy Irish club fighter.”
“The name sounded familiar, but then again, there was a Harrison at the office, too.”
“In 1995, after making billions of dollars in the music and airline businesses, Mr. Branson registered a new company, Virgin Galactic the name "sounded good", at London's Companies House.”
“Not everyone understood or could hear him, and the name sounded odd.”
“I'd lived through several springs of Kiev's notable chestnut trees in bloom and the phrase sounded apt.”
“His name sounded foreign, as did the name of every one of his friends.”
“To her, the word sounded awful, but at the same time she thought maybe she could sketch what she saw.”
“Blanche Dubois was another passenger sitting close to Sister Cora-Ann and explained: Once I heard that her name sounded like Koran, I got worried.”
“Throughout the competition, the nation had taken octogenarian Glaswegian country singer Tavish McAndover to its heart, despite the fact that his name sounded fictional.”
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