Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of re-echo.

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Examples

  • A swarm, a multitude belonging to them, re-echoing, singing again, charming away everything, the hot blood, the breath of us, the soul of youth.

    hot earth

  • There was only one wild scream that went echoing and re-echoing to the roof.

    In The Time Of Light

  • Still the old hint of the riddle's form corrupts these questions by re-echoing the most fundamental lesson: there must be an answer.

    Solaris: The Impossible Game

  • That was part of what the open distribution of a 69-page book of GOP smears as talking points on every leading Democratic presidential candidate was about last week, to have all the GOP and conservative media spokespeople be on the same page echoing and re-echoing the slime talking point.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • Despite the whistling of the northeast wind, which is a fearful wind in Canada, at this season, and in spite of the snow and hail, the cry of "All's well," was heard at close intervals, echoing and re-echoing from the fort to the redoubt and from the redoubt to the fort.

    Madeleine de Verchères

  • Despite the whistling of the northeast wind, which is a fearful wind in Canada, at this season, and in spite of the snow and hail, the cry of "All's well," was heard at close intervals, echoing and re-echoing from the fort to the redoubt and from the redoubt to the fort.

    Archive 2008-06-08

  • More Uhlans followed, the hoofs of their magnificent horses ringing like thousands of steel hammers breaking stones in a road; and after them the giant siege-guns rumbling, growling, the mitrailleuses machine guns with drag-chains ringing, the field-pieces with creaking axles, complaining brakes, the grinding of the steel-rimmed wheels against the stones echoing and re-echoing from the house front.

    Advance into Belgium

  • More Uhlans followed, the hoofs of their magnificent horses ringing like thousands of steel hammers breaking stones in a road; and after them the giant siege-guns rumbling, growling, the mitrailleuses machine guns with drag-chains ringing, the field-pieces with creaking axles, complaining brakes, the grinding of the steel-rimmed wheels against the stones echoing and re-echoing from the house front.

    Archive 2008-07-27

  • The mountains are hollowed and now but re-echoing caverns;

    Satyricon

  • Little plans sketched on paper, strokes of a pen or of a brush, will be the first materialisations of what will at last obliterate every detail and atom of these re-echoing actualities that overwhelm us now.

    A Modern Utopia

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