reboant

adjective
reb·​o·​ant | \ˈre-bə-wənt \

Definition of reboant 

: marked by reverberation

First Known Use of reboant

1830, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for reboant

Latin reboant-, reboans, present participle of reboare to resound, from re- + boare to cry aloud, roar, from Greek boan, of imitative origin

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