Thesaurus / reverberant

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And then the chime rang, with a metallic, sharp click and then a long and reverberant clanging.

The air was reverberant, sounds could be heard to a great distance.

The Boy with the U. S. Weather MenFrancis William Rolt-Wheeler

Then he moved to the front of the altar and dropped it again, but now the note was hollow and reverberant.

I could hear no calls or cries—only the sound of the waves, made weirdly hollow and reverberant by the fog.

The Sea-WolfJack London

And she did laugh loudly, with a clear, sweet, reverberant ring that echoed through the little valley.

Hope HathawayFrances Parker

"Thirty-two years," corrected Wedderburn in his voice of most reverberant certitude.

Sinister Street, vol. 2Compton Mackenzie

The sound, deep and reverberant, should have reached every ear within, however inattentive.

The Long RollMary Johnston

How was it that he had heard no summons of the golden and reverberant hour?

The Divine FireMay Sinclair

His voice sounds so reverberant because it issues from the gloomy cistern in which he is held a captive.

So still was the crowd, and so reverberant the air, that they could hear the man's footsteps on the stony hillside.

The DeemsterHall Caine

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