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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of re-echo.

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Examples

  • It rung on my ears long and heavily; the mountains re-echoed it, and I felt as if all hell surrounded me with mockery and laughter.

    Chapter 24

  • It rung on my ears long and heavily; the mountains re-echoed it, and I felt as if all hell surrounded me with mockery and laughter.

    Chapter 7

  • I squeezed off, and saw my savage leap and topple sideways; around him they were falling, and the whole camp boiled with dust and re-echoed with screams and the boom of shots as we poured our fire into them point-blank; I missed a tall fellow, but spun another round as he bolted towards the corral, and then I was firing steadily into the brown.

    Isabelle

  • Yves lost his grip, and the blade rang and re-echoed on the cobbles.

    A River So Long

  • The trembling tones re-echoed and died out; a malevolent silence remained.

    Autumn

  • On this last Sunday, therefore, all the themes of Advent are re-echoed in one harmonious strain by our three Advent preachers.

    29 December -- St Thomas of Canterbury

  • Long after he is dead and gone, his words will be echoed and re-echoed, not only in India but across distant seas and lands.

    Set up institutionalized mechanism for dialogue

  • Long after he is dead and gone, his words will be echoed and re-echoed, not only in India but across distant seas and lands.

    Commerce can blur the barrier between creeds

  • Long after he is dead and gone, his words will be echoed and re-echoed, not only in India but across distant seas and lands.

    They do not have to wrestle with new ideas

  • Long after he is dead and gone, his words will be echoed and re-echoed, not only in India but across distant seas and lands.

    Surendra slams a triumphant debut

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