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echo

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of echo

  1. 1 a person who adopts the appearance or behavior of another especially in an obvious way a younger sister who was her echo all the while that they were growing up Synonyms aper, copyist, copycat, follower, imitator, rubber stamp, wannabe (also wannabee)Related Words parrot; ape, emulator, impersonator, impressionist, mimic

  2. 2 a tiny often physical indication of something lost or vanished a few stone carvings are the only echoes that remain of a once-mighty civilization Synonyms vestige, ghost, relic, shadow, traceRelated Words memento, remembrance, reminder; artifact; afterimage, aftertaste; balance, corpse, hangover, leftover, oddment, remainder, remnant, scrap; dreg(s), leavings, remain(s), residual, residue, rest


echo

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of echo

  1. 1 to continue or be repeated in a series of reflected sound waves my calls for help echoed off the walls of the abandoned mine shaft Synonyms reverberate, reecho, resonate, resound, soundRelated Words ring, rollNear Antonyms damp, dampen, deaden, dull, quiet

  2. 2 to say after another the little brats sassed the babysitter by echoing in a singsong voice everything she said Synonyms ditto, repeat, parrot, quote, reechoRelated Words mouth; ape, copy, copycat, emulate, imitate, mime, mimic


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