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resound

re·sound

resound

pronunciation:
rih zaUnd
parts of speech:
intransitive verb, transitive verb
part of speech: intransitive verb
inflections: resounded, resounding, resounds
definition 1: to be full of sound.
The theater resounded with applause.
synonyms:
echo, resonate, reverberate
similar words:
boom, ring, roar, sound, vibrate
definition 2: to make a loud or clearly audible sound.
Applause resounded through the theater.
synonyms:
resonate
similar words:
blare, boom, crash, echo, peal, ring, roar, sound, thunder
definition 3: to have widespread fame or influence.
The mayor's words resounded throughout the county.
similar words:
redound
 
part of speech: transitive verb
definition 1: to echo back (a sound).
The mountains resounded their cries.
synonyms:
echo, reecho, reverberate
similar words:
boom, resonate
definition 2: to put forth loudly (a sound, statement, or opinion).
synonyms:
trumpet
similar words:
blare, boom, declare, proclaim, vociferate, yell