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- v. Present participle of echo.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Reflecting sounds so as to create multiple echoes.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (of sounds) repeating by reflection
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Dance went on to explain that she was a failed folksinger but had found musical redemption in the project that she and Martine Christensen operateda website called American Tunes, the name echoing Paul Simons evocative anthem to the country from the 1970s.
“Malygos …” Krasus called, the name echoing through the glittering chamber.
Jane, he thought, her name echoing around in his brain—Jane, Jane, Jane.
Stevens shouted in response, the word echoing off the walls of the small room.
“Caine!” she cried, his name echoing back along the hard, cold stone.
There was Roy calling after me, my name echoing around me.
In late 1965 Time magazine ran a cover article with the title echoing Milton Friedman's statement that "We Are All Keynesians Now".
For instance, DocArtz offers a recap of the last LOST episode, Ab Aeterno, with a title echoing the Book of Job and an exploration of religion themes.
He would probably find himself at Harvard or Yale, with Gordon Brown's voice echoing from a room down the corridor.
I was thinking about this on the way home, and I think it's eerie to see your word echoing my thoughts, that in spite of what you want or what I want, the point of being a hero is that, in spite of the support group they might have, in the end they are on their own, as heroes are, when they go off to do their heroic deed.