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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of reverberate.


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  • The word reverberated in his mind, along with the thunderclaps of pain.

    Star Trek: TNG: Losing the Peace

  • The word reverberated in her brain and made her want to scream.

    Good Girl Gone Bad

  • The name reverberated through Tom’s brain like a funeral knell.


  • In the pitch black, the creak of the train reverberated against the rock walls.

    Buddha’s Savage Peace

  • The boat leaped on the first crests of the ridge, and they were deafened by the uproar of wild water that reverberated from the narrow walls and multiplied itself.


  • Gregorian chant rose to prominence in the Catholic Church during the early Middle Ages, around the 6th and 7th centuries and has since reverberated from the inside of monastery and cathedral walls across the world.

    Chant in Anchorage

  • Sharp, metallic footsteps reverberated from the stone walls and steel doors.

    The Wordwitch « A Fly in Amber

  • PHOENIX (AP) - As Amare Stoudemire stood at the foul line with 1: 42 remaining, chants of ` ` M-V-P, M-V-P '' reverberated from the sellout crowd at US Airways Center.

  • The phrase reverberated through academia, and the Cartesians were laughed out of court.

    Is The Mind An Illusion?

  • Ferdinand appeared, the company forthwith assembled in separate groups, and from each knot he heard his name reverberated in a whisper.

    The Adventures of Ferdinand Count Fathom


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