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Examples of reverberate in a Sentence
the sound of thunder reverberated from one end of the mountain pass to the other
Recent Examples of reverberate from the Web
The fatal shot reverberated through the housing complex, sending Lizzie Mae Payne—who was inside her apartment watching the soap opera As the World Turns—running outside, where neighbors told her that her son had been shot.
The race may officially be nonpartisan but the results will reverberate widely as pundits try to assess the political landscape heading into November's midterm elections.
The scandal reverberates through politics as well as the internet.
Fears of a trans-Pacific trade war reverberated through the world’s markets, with the stock prices for major exporters like Boeing and Caterpillar plunging more than 5 percent.
The death of Augie Garrido, college baseball's all-time winningest coach, reverberated through the sport Thursday (March 16), including all the way to heart of LSU coach Paul Mainieri.
Second, tonight's outcome will reverberate nationally.
The win over the Volunteers reverberated far beyond Tuscaloosa.
But that story, and so many others, reverberated beyond local markets and prompted other victims to come forward.
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First Known Use of reverberate
REVERBERATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of reverberate for English Language Learners
: to continue in a series of quickly repeated sounds that bounce off a surface (such as a wall)
: to become filled with a sound
REVERBERATE Defined for Kids
Definition of reverberate for Students
- My voice reverberated throughout the room.
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