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noun as in reverberation


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This is also exactly what happened, even more egregiously, at the end of Hill House — and just as with Hill House, viewers likely won’t care, because they’ll be too invested in the emotional resonance of the moment.

From Vox

While the participants were adjusting their bets, they lay inside a machine that performs functional magnetic resonance imaging, or fMRI.

As a result, ads create more impact and resonance on CTV than on other platforms, including mobile and linear television.

From Digiday

Researchers at Facebook and New York University have found a way to significantly reduce the time it takes to capture magnetic resonance images, in a breakthrough with potential to transform medical imaging.

From Fortune

“When you get into one of these resonances, those tidal waves start to get bigger,” he says.

It would be difficult to find an issue with less resonance with the vast majority of voters than climate change.

In any case, the narrative resonance of all this is impossible to deny.

Byrne's voice isn't a singer's voice—it doesn't have the resonance.

The timing of the violence against the students has particular resonance and has stirred public sentiment.

The film holds a special resonance for Jones, since Terry also served as his mentor.

The m relates it to the nares or humming tone (which is the basis of all resonance in the voice).

Then gradually raise the pitch, still obtaining the tones from the chest and uttering them with full resonance.

He was remarkable for the exceeding courtesy of his demeanor and for the sweetness and bell-like resonance of his voice.

The term "dark" here implies a deep and obscure resonance, with little friction.

It was a still, clear, freezing night, when the least sound clinked with a metallic resonance.

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On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to resonance, such as: fullness, plangency, sonority, and vibration.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.