reverberate


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reverberate through (something or some place)

Of a sound, to fill and resound through something or some place in a series of loud echoes. The singer's booming voice reverberated through the dance hall. The sound of gunshots has been reverberating through the war-torn city for weeks.
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reverberate throughout (something or some place)

Of a sound, to fill and resound throughout something or some place in a series of loud echoes. The singer's booming voice reverberated throughout the dance hall. The sound of gunshots has been reverberating throughout the war-torn city for weeks.

reverberate with (something)

To be filled with the resounding echoes of some loud sound. The dance hall reverberated with the music of the rock-and-roll band. The war-torn city reverberated with the sound of gunshots.
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reverberate through something

[for sound] to roll through or pass through a space. The thunder reverberated through the valley. The sound of the organ reverberated through the church.
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reverberate throughout something

[for sound] to roll about and fill a space. The thunder reverberated throughout the valley. The noise of chairs scraping the floor reverberated throughout the room.

reverberate with something

to echo or resound with something. The hall reverberated with the rich basso voice of Walter Rogers. The church reverberated with the roar of the pipe organ.
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The lapdog in the foreground of the one echoes contrarily with the hound in the other; the close triangulation of heads (Morisot's, Antoine Guillemet's, and Fanny Claus's) resounds vaguely with the different dispersal of Velazquez's, the Infanta Margarita's, and that of her curtseying maid; the grouping of hands (Morisot's light finger-clasp of honor, Guillemet's fist and cheroot-bearing grip, Claus's glove-adjusting movement) reverberates remotely with the painter's brush- and palette-hands and the Infanta's taking of the pitcher from her kneeling maid.
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The great Masses would make the church walls reverberate.
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These poetic prayers reverberate with abundant faith, and speak of God as the One who is with us always, welcoming all who turn around and embrace His love.
In our present climate, which may be with us for as long as the cold war was, Allen's country-crooner wisdom comes through, telling the small and tall tales of a few characters whose stories reverberate on civilization's stage.
All these settings reverberate with meaning as the novel progresses.
The Mussau Island excavations, however, suggest to Kirch that the early rumblings of Lapita culture reverberate farther west.
As she slides down the grid, the scratchy, ripping noises reverberate through the theater.