Thesaurus / resound


The kitchen resounded with the sounds of conversation and laughter.HOW I TRIED (AND FAILED) AND TRIED AGAIN TO MASTER THE GOAN BEBINCA CAKEJOANNA LOBOAPRIL 1, 2021EATER
During mating season, ponds resound with the sounds of hundreds of males from many different species crying out to potential mates.FEMALE GREEN TREE FROGS HAVE NOISE-CANCELING LUNGS THAT HELP THEM HEAR MATESJONATHAN LAMBERTMARCH 4, 2021SCIENCE NEWS
A woodpecker drummed somewhere behind us, resounding through the hollow.A DAY’S DRIVE FROM CHICAGO, EXPLORING A VERY DIFFERENT ILLINOISCARSON VAUGHANFEBRUARY 12, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Their underground burrows resound with near-constant chirps, grunts, squeaks and squeals.NAKED MOLE-RAT COLONIES SPEAK WITH UNIQUE DIALECTSJONATHAN LAMBERTJANUARY 28, 2021SCIENCE NEWS
Not in the wildest days of Eastcheap revelry did it resound in any one key of vinous harmony.A CURSORY HISTORY OF SWEARINGJULIAN SHARMAN
Just how a name could resound “in golden letters” is a difficult question.ENGLISH: COMPOSITION AND LITERATUREW. F. (WILLIAM FRANKLIN) WEBSTER
The pounding, flopping and scratching on the hollow roof made the stable resound like the big drum in an Orange parade.THE RED COW AND HER FRIENDSPETER MCARTHUR
By this time the beach was lined with women and children, who caused the air to resound with the most horrid yells and screams.A NARRATIVE OF THE SHIPWRECK, CAPTIVITY AND SUFFERINGS OF HORACE HOLDEN AND BENJ. H. NUTEHORACE HOLDEN
Then a burst of laughter would resound and she would turn her eyes to see her father gazing at her with eyes full of reproach.THE REIGN OF GREEDJOSE RIZAL
Deep sobs, hot tears with a mighty power resound, bubble in the song day and night.THE HISTORY OF YIDDISH LITERATURE IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURYLEO WIENER


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