Definition of resound
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
Gardner’s grand slam was the decisive blow in an unexpected Yankees win, a resounding 13-4 thumping of the Houston Astros.
In 2016, Trump defeated Clinton by a resounding 26 percent here.
Within a minute or so, blaring police sirens resounded throughout the sleepy neighborhood of Del Ray in Alexandria, Va.
Trump’s resounding win here There is some political irony in Kokomo’s recovery.
The answer, right now, would appear to be a resounding no.
The Warriors improved to 10-0 in the postseason with a resounding 136-100 thumping of the Spurs on Tuesday and San Antonio will once again try to keep up with Golden State without its best player.
The news from the high court was greeted with resounding approval by those who challenged the law.
In the case of the Tarrant Regional Water District, the answer is a resounding yes.
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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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