Examples of reverberation in a Sentence
the reverberations of her voice
Although the room was very big, her voice could be heard with little reverberation.
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The reverberations from last year's auction of television broadcast spectrum could bring a little static to your local TV viewing starting Monday.
His decision will undoubtedly have reverberations in Montgomery County’s newly redrawn Fourth Congressional District, which has already attracted a crowded pool of Democratic candidates.
The metaphorical reverberations were felt for decades.
The Afrocentric movie touches on ideas of colonialism and the reverberations of slavery.
Of course, the trade’s reverberations will also be felt throughout the league, as the falling off the Griffin domino could weirdly have far-reaching consequences for teams thousands of miles away.
And finally, this story out of Kentucky is having reverberations nationwide.
Impacts are absorbed without much excess reverberation, and the Jeep never feels floaty on the highway.
Whether the region can do it without fully embracing workers like Enríquez will soon be put to the test — with reverberations that could be felt nationwide.
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REVERBERATION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of reverberation for English Language Learners
: a sound that echoes
: an effect or result that is not wanted
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