from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Having a tendency to reverberate.
- adj. Characterized by reverberation; resounding.
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- adj. Turned up sigmoidally, with the end pointing outward; reboundant.
- adj. Tending to reverberate
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having the quality of reverberation; reverberating.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Reverberating; causing reverberation; especially, returning sound; resounding.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having a tendency to reverberate or be repeatedly reflected
It is unwise to destroy the proper reverberant acoustical setting for worship in deference to highly infrequent noisy behavior.
Along with more conventional renovations, that sum was necessary for an overhaul of the space's raw, intensely reverberant interior—which includes a dramatic, 40-foot-high vaulted ceiling—not only to enhance listening quality, but to protect neighbors living on the floors above in what are now condominiums developed by Two Trees Management Company.
His signature sound — pungent, almost mournfully low and reverberant — is one of the most readily identifiable in jazz today.
These caves were so reverberant that if you clapped your hands it would sound like a flock of birds.
A reverberant melodica opens to a stable kick drum, the Balkan effect softer, more Black Ark-ish.
And if the crutches echo, we know the space is reverberant.
“The Knights Templar were warriors,” Teabing reminded, the sound of his aluminum crutches echoing in this reverberant space.
As it builds, driven by a sawing, reverberant cello, the dancers are rotated in fast succession and in varying combinations, shimmying and looping their way through Tharp's high-velocity enchaînements with precisely engineered nonchalance.
The whole crew seems to compose the band, and, like a lot of monkey-folk rejoicing in rude rhythm, emphasizes the beat by hammering kerosene cans, frying-pans, and all sorts of things metallic or reverberant.
I could hear no calls or cries — only the sound of the waves, made weirdly hollow and reverberant by the fog.