Examples of resonant in a Sentence
the resonant tones of the piano
He has a deep, resonant voice.
His words were resonant with meaning.
Recent Examples of resonant from the Web
This is comedian Patton Oswalt about halfway through an hourlong stand-up set, diving into what will surely be remembered as one of the most difficult and emotionally resonant sections of any comedy special ever recorded.
Today’s context for Confederate monument reckonings is at once completely different from when the Lee statue was unveiled in 1884, and yet also resonant with similar lessons.
In Sibelius’ symphony, the plaintive oboe solos by Sarah Skuster, clear flute work by Rose Lombardo, the resonant bassoon playing by Valentin Martchev and Ryan Simmons, the bright trumpet of Micah Wilkinson, the precise timpani of Ryan DiLisi?
Mr. Johnson’s America, past or present, is uncannily resonant today.
There was such a great blending of funny and heartfelt and emotionally resonant.
Jonze pushed Kaufman to hammer out a new ending that felt less madcap and more emotionally resonant.
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First Known Use of resonant
RESONANT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of resonant for English Language Learners
: producing a loud, clear, deep sound
: strongly affecting someone especially with a particular quality
RESONANT Defined for Kids
Definition of resonant for Students
: making a long loud, clear, and deep sound a resonant voice
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