Evelyn turned away with a sigh; the sigh was re-echoed yet more deeply.
This was a sentiment which Pierre himself would willingly have re-echoed.
It re-echoed the sentiments, the notions, the aspirations of the people.
Like a trumpet-call it rang, echoed and re-echoed up the mountain-side.
But that screech of his was re-echoed from the mountainside above.
The nineteenth century re-echoed with the language of social idealism.
It was re-echoed back by others that appeared to be further off.
I re-echoed—I aided—I surpassed them in volume and in strength.
Of the cheering strains of music that re-echoed from every rock?
And when the leader gives the word it will be re-echoed from rank to rank.