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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National reporters did a great deal of good work reporting on the events and their reverberations.
Early indications point to positive reverberations inside and outside Indianapolis.
The NWSL has outlived both, but the reverberations of the past leagues failing can still be felt.
In the near-darkness inside the tomb of Prince Papak, the acoustics are extraordinary – nearly a 90-second reverberation.
NBA free agency hasn't even started and already the reverberations could be felt Wednesday at AmericanAirlines Arena.
The rest mostly concerns itself with the reverberations of Smalls’ death-defying gamble.
Then Friday, in a move that will have reverberations for years, Bowman dealt core defenseman Niklas Hjalmarsson, 30, for the younger Connor Murphy, 24.
And the reverberations of that QB’s decision can be far-reaching.
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