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  • n. reverberation

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • 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.

    Sadhguru: The Power to Create Your Life

  • 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.

    thoughts on 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).

    Disquiet » Scanner Pop MP3s

  • 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.

    The Creators A Comedy

  • 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

    Betty at Fort Blizzard

  • As John Donne said, with great profundity, 'No man is in Ireland': who can deny the reverberance of that great statement?

    Guy Fawkes' blog

  • 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? "

    Alice in Blunderland An Iridescent Dream


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