- the gunshot resounded
Examples of resound in a Sentence
The organ resounded throughout the church.
His speech resounded throughout the world.
Recent Examples of resound from the Web
That question, drawn out for so many days as the clock ticked menacingly, found its answer Tuesday with a resounding yes.
But the wholesale restructuring of the economy by private equity firms to narrow the beneficiaries of business operations contributed mightily to the resentments still resounding through the country today.
The Irish Cabinet will meet Tuesday to discuss what steps to take after Friday’s resounding two-to-one vote in favor of liberalization.
In 1998, voters in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland turned out to cast ballots giving resounding approval to a Northern Ireland peace accord.
Liverpool ended their Premier League season with a resounding 4-0 victory against Brighton at Anfield.
Some seriously downbeat ambient electronica soon began to resound through the pool area.
Golden State Warriors hammer Houston Rockets, take 2-1 series lead Stephen Curry scored 35 points to lead the Golden State Warriors to a resounding 126-85 victory over the Houston Rockets in Game 3 Sunday.
Particularly notable is Abrams' resounding victory in Atlanta-area Forsyth County, which was considered hostile to African Americans for nearly a century.
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RESOUND Defined for English Language Learners
: to become filled with sound
: to make a loud, deep sound
: to make a strong impression or have a great effect on people
RESOUND Defined for Kids
Word Root of resound
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