Thesaurus / re-echo

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Nature is an olian harp, a musical instrument whose tones are the re-echo of higher strings within us.
At that instant a shriek arose that made the hills echo and re-echo.
Then there was that startling, hollow groan, that seemed to echo and re-echo through the deserted house.
Did it not re-echo the sentiments just uttered by her companion?
I make my piano dream or sing at pleasure, re-echo with exulting harmonies and rival the most skilful bow in swiftness.
FRANZ LISZTJAMES HUNEKER
Napoleon was resolved that his name should re-echo in ages to come, from the palace to the cottage.
MEMOIRS OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTE, COMPLETELOUIS ANTOINE FAUVELET DE BOURRIENNE
And they add the words which all but those who make profit out of war will heartily echo and re-echo, “Ainsi soit il.”
The knock seemed to re-echo inside him; he hurried to get away from it.
SONS AND LOVERSDAVID HERBERT LAWRENCE
Hurrying footsteps echo and re-echo, and gradually die away into silence.
BETTY GRIERJOSEPH WAUGH
It was dead, but it had served as a wall to re-echo my own voice.

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