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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reecho.

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Examples

  • Tai Kromno! "reechoed --" The chief has come back!

    Darkness and Dawn

  • Her words reechoed in my head and everything before me swallowed up in some kind of yellow flash.

    WHIPS, TEARS AND BLOOD:

  • The forty-page report on his mission that he prepared for Sun after his return echoed and reechoed this theme.

    The Last Empress

  • From young and old one heard many a shock, so that the splintering of the shafts reechoed to the clouds.

    The Nibelungenlied

  • Many a trumpet rang out passing loud, and the noise of drums and flutes did grow so great that the broad town of Worms reechoed with the sound.

    The Nibelungenlied

  • Deeds have been done here whereof the world reechoed.

    Wings in the Night

  • What if, it were merely echoed and reechoed within feminist sources, but turned out to be based on nothing substantial whatsoever?

    Bigotry Against Men In Childcare

  • His footsteps echoed and reechoed, announcing his presence more clearly than he would have preferred.

    Harbinger

  • His footsteps echoed and reechoed, announcing his presence more clearly than he would have preferred.

    Harbinger

  • What if, it were merely echoed and reechoed within feminist sources, but turned out to be based on nothing substantial whatsoever?

    Bigotry Against Men In Childcare

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