reverberating

[ verb ri-vur-buh-reyt; adjective ri-vur-ber-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF reverberating

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REVERBERATING

But the reverberating roar of the great organ-pipe was gone.

The cruel phrase filled his brain, reechoing and reverberating there.

The air was reverberating with a muffled sound like distant thunder.

The still air was reverberating with the muffled roar of Deep Cañon.

Thunder burst, clap after clap, reverberating through the mountains.

Lock them into reverberating circuits with a code sequence key.

With a reverberating clang and a falling of broken steel it swung out.

The reports were loud and reverberating, and almost drowned the sound of the guns.

The words were shot out with a reverberating, melancholy boom.

The ax rang on the hard wood, reverberating through the forest.

WORD ORIGIN

1570s, "beat back, drive back, force back," from Latin reverberatus, past participle of reverberare "strike back, repel, cause to rebound" (see reverberation). Meaning "re-echo" is from 1590s. Earlier verb was reverberen (early 15c.). Related: Reverberated; reverberating.

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