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verb as in vibrate in sound

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However, his claims will reverberate in a podcasting community already wary of Spotify’s growing power, and may damage Spotify’s reputation among musicians who say the company doesn’t compensate them adequately for their work.

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The Milwaukee Bucks’ decision not to take the court for their playoff game Wednesday reverberated quickly across the sports world.

The lead baritone hits a depth in his throat that reverberates in your ribs.

However, I don’t think anybody would say there hasn’t been a ton of important news this year, much of which could continue to reverberate later in the race.

Cries for racial justice and systemic change are reverberating across the state.

The cartoons zing, whirr, and reverberate harmonically, making each entry a sort of duet.

If a goal is scored, the streets reverberate with cheers and honking horns.

The silhouettes seem to reverberate across the room, in a mildly hall-of-mirrors effect.

But the impact of the financial maneuvers that he made to save the company will reverberate for years.

Over the weekend this question started to reverberate throughout the media pundit class.

He uttered a long, loud yell, which seemed to reverberate up and down the lines for at least a mile.

Who should know so well as I that it is but a handloom compared to the great guns that reverberate through the age to come?

Then the sound would reverberate down the long expanse of ice, and go rolling away to the mountains far beyond.

Ennis, edging desperately closer and closer to the line of victims, felt the mighty response reverberate about him.

The ponderous steed of the widower thundered after, making the forest reverberate with the heavy fall of his hoofs.


On this page you'll find 40 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reverberate, such as: echo, resound, react, rebound, recoil, and redound.

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