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resound throughout (something or some place)

1. To fill or be heard throughout something or some place due to (someone's or something's) great volume, pitch, or ability to project. The singer's voice resounded throughout the halls of the stadium, right out into the parking lot. The sound of gunfire has been resounding throughout the streets since rebellion began.
2. To be talked about constantly or by a majority of people throughout some place or thing. The war hero's achievements have resounded throughout the country since they were first reported. Cries for the prime minister's resignation have been resounding throughout the land for the last few months.
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resound through (something or some place)

1. To fill or be heard throughout something or some place due to (someone's or something's) great volume, pitch, or ability to project. The singer's voice resounded through the halls of the stadium, right out into the parking lot. The sound of gunfire has been resounding through the streets since the rebellion began.
2. To be celebrated, talked about, or made famous throughout some place or thing. The war hero's achievements have resounded through the country since they were first reported. Cries for the prime minister's resignation have been resounding through the land for the last few months.
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resound with (something)

1. To be filled with some very loud, reverberating, or prolonged sound. The crowded courtroom resounded with the cheers of the victims following the guilty verdict. The streets have been resounding with gunfire since the rebellion began.
2. To be filled or abuzz with discussion of, or excitement about, or a clamor for something. The country has resounded with calls for the prime minister's resignation ever since the controversial legislation was first put forward. The entire region is resounding with the news of the allies' victory in the war.
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resound through(out) something

to roar, noisily, through a space or an enclosed area. An explosion resounded through the busy train station. An explosion resounded throughout the busy train station.
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resound with something

[for something, such as the air or a place] to be filled with sound or sounds. The hall resounded with the sounds of the orchestra. The house resounded with the laughter of children.
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References in classic literature ?
We have seen in what state of mind he listened to the murmurs from below, which even reached him in his seclusion, and to the guns, the firing of which resounded through that room.
It was in vain the hangman ran from door to door, and covered the grates, one after another, with his hat, in futile efforts to stifle the cries of the four men within; it was in vain he dogged their outstretched hands, and beat them with his stick, or menaced them with new and lingering pains in the execution of his office; the place resounded with their cries.
At that moment a burst of ironical laughter resounded through the corridor.
The little cabarets and sutlers' shops along the bay resounded with the scraping of fiddles, with snatches of old French songs, with Indian whoops and yells, while every plumed and feathered vagabond had his troop of loving cousins and comrades at his heels.
Porthos, refreshed, had already commenced the descent, and his heavy step resounded amongst the cavities, formed and supported by columns of porphyry and granite.
A worried aide-de-camp ran up to the Rostovs requesting them to stand farther back, though as it was they were already close to the wall, and from the gallery resounded the distinct, precise, enticingly rhythmical strains of a waltz.
Suddenly some terrible, deafening cry resounded near his ears, and everything shivered and shook under him.
Now and then during the night horses had galloped at a smart pace over the Buytenhof, the heavy tramp of the patrols had resounded from the pavement, and the slow matches of the arquebuses, flaring in the east wind, had thrown up at intervals a sudden glare as far as to the panes of his window.