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verb as in resound

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The story has to feel authentic and resonate, without giving in to the inherent melodrama.

Relying on a straight click-through rate metric to understand how ads are resonating has its shortcomings, explained Pinterest engineers in a blog post.

It so resonated with the problems that we were seeing that we had to build it out.

From Fortune

They believed that “chilly boys” would resonate with their customers with “authenticity and relevance.”

From Vox

That both still resonate was obvious on his face and in his words Tuesday.

Parr thinks the app has already begun resonating as a style test kitchen amongst users.

Governor Romney continued to stay on offense on the economy with a message that is resonating with voters.

The fact that Dickens is really resonating with people now on some unconscious level is not surprising.

And their words are resonating with an increasingly vocal electoral bloc.

The richer and wider my phrases the thinner sounded my voice in these non-resonating gatherings.

The lower harmonics of the series cannot be obtained, owing to the limited capacity of the resonating cavity.

The conditions for securing interference of sound waves may readily be secured by using a tuning fork and a resonating air column.

T, Part of resonating pipe, the upper end with cap and vent hole being shown separately at the side.

In short, the resonating mechanism, so highly developed in the common Cigale, is here extremely rudimentary.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to resonating, such as: reverberate, vibrate, echo, sound, reproduce, and ring.

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