Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of reverberate.

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  • adj. characterized by resonance

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Examples

  • I think the term reverberating is a little over the top.

    Obama's Endorsement In Philly Mayor's Race Reverberating In Pennsylvania Primary?

  • We then spool all the way to the past again, with echoes and resonances reverberating from the past to the future and back again.

    MIND MELD: Non-Genre Books for Genre Readers

  • He set up the first goal for Stewart Downing and brilliantly created the third for Milner, who left the field to a standing ovation with five minutes to goand with his name reverberating around the stadium.

    Calls for Kevin MacDonald to keep Aston Villa job after instant impact

  • I like the hustle: the buzz of commerce, the steady hum of traffic reverberating from the alleys, the clack of heels on the pavement.

    The Flat – Minimalist Chic in the Heart of the 213

  • Mrs. Marsett revelled in the heat of the curse on it, as a relief to torture of the breast, until a sense of the girl's alarmed hearing sent the word reverberating along her nerves and shocked her with such an exposure of our Shaggy wild one on a lady's lips.

    One of Our Conquerors — Volume 4

  • Andrey Arshavin's shot has Arsenal's name reverberating around Europe

    I have a good feeling, Arsenal's Cesc Fábregas says after 'best game'

  • In the midst of the madness, my name was reverberating through much of Compton.

    Blue Rage, Black Redemption

  • The quiet was as thick as the damp air, and the few calls reverberating through the darkness beyond only accentuated the hush and the vast distance that lay below.

    The Pillars of Creation

  • Champions League: Five things we learned from Arsenal 2-1 Barcelona Champions League: Five things we learned from Arsenal 2-1 Barcelona Andrey Arshavin's shot has Arsenal's name reverberating around Europe Crawley Town enjoy tour of Old Trafford before Manchester United tie Cult classic cartoon strip You are the Ref appears exclusively this season on guardian.co.uk on Fridays, with Keith Hackett's official answers following on Mondays.

    The Guardian World News

  • However, the speech writer at that time, David Frum, a Canadian Jew, became an instant star for coining the reverberating sound bite, unfortunately at the expense of nation's ambition to appear as a global statesman with its soul on the yardstick of fair play.

    Asian Tribune

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