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  • adj. That echoes.


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  • 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.

    Hot And Bothered

  • It was a repeated, echoey sound, like a bell in a school building—a fire alarm!

    Dark Secrets 2: No Time to Die the Deep End of Fear

  • The echoey, pinging sound that is both strange and somehow familiar.

    Camo Girl

  • I'm more used to buskers in the London underground who get help from enclosed, echoey spaces.

    Swell Season on Boing Boing Video Boing Boing

  • 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.”

    Soul Trapper

  • The acoustics in here have the nightmarishly echoey quality of some of the Beatles' more conceptual stuff.

    Omer Rosen: Footnoting David Foster Wallace: Part 1

  • Not just nightmarishly echoey, but so as in specific subsection of certain band's music.

    Omer Rosen: Footnoting David Foster Wallace: Part 1

  • 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.

    Restaurant review: Midland Hotel


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