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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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For his part, Abo Rida hailed the "resounding success" of the game and confirmed his desire to "collaborate" with the UAE again.
Your statement that "The people of Wales have delivered a resounding Yes" is a complete distortion of the truth.
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This is what happens when so many faith communities keep saying "no" even though we keep hearing a resounding "yes" from our higher power, God, our creator--that still, small voice deep inside telling us we are loved and cherished.
Delta Air Lines pilots voted in resounding favor yesterday to authorize union leaders to call a strike if an arbitration panel permits the carrier to reject the current pilot contract and impose a new, concessionary agreement.
"The election was a resounding triumph for the Conservative Revolution, which consists of three basic parts: (a) tax cuts and more of a free market; (b) increased militarism and an ultra-hawkish foreign policy, ever seeking confrontation with an atheistic and literally 'Satanic' Soviet Union; (c) a theocratic Moral Majority reinstallation of God and the family and a crushing of the infidel.
And, by the time the smoke from the final fireworks cleared and the last of the weary fans caught their flights out of town, the efforts of these behind-the-scenes heroes would prove a resounding success.
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Walcott is that prodigal son, "He had the smell of cities on his clothes / the steam and soot of trains of Fascist stations / and their resounding vaults / he had the memory of rain."