Definition of resound
Examples of resound in a sentence
The organ resounded throughout the church.
His speech resounded throughout the world.
Origin and Etymology of resound
Middle English resounen, from Middle French resoner, from Latin resonare, from re- + sonare to sound — more at sound
First Known Use: 14th century
RESOUND Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of resound 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
The Latin word sonāre, meaning “to make a noise,” gives us the root son. Words from the Latin sonāre have something to do with making noise. A sound is a noise made by someone or something. Something sonic uses the waves noises make as they travel through the air. A sonata is a musical piece in which only one instrument makes noise. To resound is to become filled with noise.
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