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.
Recent Examples of reverberation from the Web
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.
Other families of those killed in previous police shootings, who happened to be gathered in Detroit for a conference last week, felt reverberations of their own pain.
One Nomura Trader Convicted, One Cleared at Bond Fraud Trial Reverberations from the crackdown will continue to rattle bond traders.
One set of instruments is the dark twin, the reverberation, of the other.
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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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