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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Before they began to collaborate in 1985, Bersani was by himself widely acclaimed as the author of several books that have since earned a reverberative place in the history of criticism, notably A Future for Astyanax in 1976 and, only two years later, Baudelaire and Freud.
From the perspective of Manichaean prophetology, Seth and Zoroaster are ultimately the same heavenly entity (the Apostle of Light) cloaked in two divergent bodily forms, and hence their respective "hagiographies" may have invited reverberative harmonization by creative tradents.
The bibliography and reverberative range will doubtless cast delightful and valuable critical ripples for any working in philosophy, history, social theory, literature, gender studies.
There is the reverberative effect of certain ideas.