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- n. reverberation
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- n. having the character of a loud deep sound; the quality of being resonant
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How much reverberance is present in the thought process.
It gives remarkable reverberance to Polanski and Towne's CHINATOWN, because when Jack Nicholson's private eye Jake Gittes is sitting across a table grilling Huston's character, he's *grilling the guy who adapted and directed THE MALTESE FALCON.
Still, “To Have and to Hold” (MP3) opens with a moody bit of reverberance that suggests the Cure and the Police, as does the extended fade on “Option Paralysis” (MP3).
Then the reverberance of metal drowned human voices.
Her passion for Owen was so finely strung that it exulted in its own reverberance, and thus remained satisfied in its frustration, sublimely heedless of its end.
On the stroke of twelve came a great roar and reverberance from the outside and a dazzling flash of light blazed in at the window from a
As John Donne said, with great profundity, 'No man is in Ireland': who can deny the reverberance of that great statement?
Surely if we can take electricity and under suitable Municipal supervision make it serve as a substitute for a tallow dip, why shouldn't we extract the reverberance with which it is fraught to add to the general clangour of joyous occasions? "