- v ring or echo with sound
the hall resounded with laughter
- v emit a noise
- When the town began to resound with rumors that somebody was trying to cover up the crime, the sheriff secretly jailed a fellow who had been drinking with Cricket on the night of .
- For the story concocted in 1954 by children's author Ted Geisel has more than a few messages, all of which resound 54 years later.
- With the Czechs currently holding the presidency of the European Union, the consequences of this vote could resound far beyond Prague and deep into Brussels.
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- Trading Tara's harp for a motorway
Very soon, any day now in fact, Tara Hill in County Meath, the seat of our old High Kings, will resound to the sound of modern Ireland.
June 28, 2013 - Irish Central
- Nicolas Sarkozy in Xinhua
Addressing members of both houses of British parliament in London, Sarkozy said France and Britain "share the same basic values for humankind." "We must make sure our ideas resound around the world."
- Gustav Mahler in Examiner.com
Mahler wrote, "I have finished my Eighth Symphony. Try to imagine the whole universe beginning to ring and resound. These are no longer human voices, but planets and suns revolving. It is a gift to the nation. All of my previous symphonies are just...
- Michael Meacher in Tribune (blog)
One of the organisers, MP Michael Meacher, said: "Labour can win if it is prepared to be radical. These policies will resound with Labour voters whose loyalties have been strained. Ed Miliband has invited submissions on what the manifesto should...