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re-echoing

[ ree-ek-oh ]SEE DEFINITION OF re-echoing
  • as inreverberate
  • as inroar
  • as inroll
  • as inreecho

Synonyms for re-echoing

  • echo
  • resound
  • react
  • rebound
  • recoil
  • redound
  • reecho
  • ring
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Antonyms for re-echoing

  • quieten
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RE-ECHOING

There was the black, re-echoing shore, the dark sky down on her.

"You talk—nonsents," she said, re-echoing one of his phrases.

There was only one wild scream that went echoing and re-echoing to the roof.

Their voices rumbled through the cave, echoing and re-echoing.

"Certainly;—certainly; certainly," he said, re-echoing her word.

All the music halls were re-echoing the refrain, “But by jingo if we do.”

She was, in fact, re-echoing the curse uttered centuries beforehand.

The sleigh bells sent forth their sweet music, echoing and re-echoing from the neighbouring hills and forest.

Shrill and re-echoing through the narrow passage came the flute-like warble which Jacob knew only too well.

A burst of three more shots barked through the cavern, echoing and re-echoing.