echo[ ek-oh ]SEE DEFINITION OF echo
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ECHO
Too much that Tillie poured out to her found an echo in her own breast.
The effect of so strange an echo on David may better be imagined than described.
And the echo of our laughter was as if the spirits laughed, behind our backs.
He was surprised to hear his question repeated, not as an echo, but by another.
The echo of his hidden thought made it easier for him to go on.
Mrs. Mellish paused, blushing a little at the echo of her own eloquence.
It seemed to echo in the distance like the laughing behind the scenes on the stage.
Her mother turned the echo of this phrase into an ironic lament.
That she will always keep, and try as hard as you may, you can never have the last word with Echo.
Juno had left her throne in the sky to search for someone Echo knew.