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For company is younger brother SpecialNedu, who finds himself almost always at the receiving end of Mama Chinedu’s resounding smacks.

From Ozy

“West Virginia is a resounding no on these agreements and will continue to litigate and negotiate outside the framework of today’s announcement,” Morrisey said in a statement Wednesday.

RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel called the ruling “a resounding victory for election integrity and the rule of law.”

If you’re wondering if it lives up to that buzz, the answer is a resounding “yes.”

In West Bengal, a crucial state where Modi was aggressively campaigning this spring as cases were spiking, voters handed him a resounding defeat.

From Time

With every fiber in my body I hope the answer is a resounding “No.”

It was such a resounding failure, but I was coming at that conversation as a fan of the movie as a pop culture artifact.

With more than 95 percent of precincts reporting, Lankford held a resounding 57.5 percent to 34.3 percent lead over Shannon.

Another resounding factor was the role Sen. Tom Coburn played in the race.

Hollywood bestows trophies on movies and actors and the general public responds with a resounding “WTF!?”

The sewing-machine made a resounding clatter in the room; it was of a ponderous, by-gone make.

Yet these resounding phrases doubtless meant something less to Americans of 1764 than one is apt to suppose.

The man followed the Marquise across the bare floor, their steps resounding as they went, and he held the outer door for her.

He brought his fist down with a resounding blow on the table beside which they were sitting.

I should think 'twould make a splendid subject—you could use such sonorous, resounding words.


On this page you'll find 63 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to resounding, such as: earsplitting, electrifying, emphatic, forceful, loud, and ringing.

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