Definition of 'resonant'
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He was bearded and probably toothless - for although his voice was resonant it was also oddly slurred. Times, Sunday Times (2015)M is a resonant sound of bridging or carrying. Music and the Elemental Psyche: A Practical Guide to Music and Changing Consciousness (1987)It can sound slightly muffled at higher volumes but otherwise is deep and resonant, with an impressive low end for such a small unit. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Holding it all down below allowed the rest of him to sound clear, resonant, and apologetic. 21 DOG YEARS (2002)For this reason, sounds within this resonant cavity are heard quite differently, appearing fuller and louder. BRITAIN BC: Life In Britain and Ireland before the Romans (2003)His resonant voice and polished demeanour fitted him for roles as a barrister, judge, headmaster and doctor. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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British English: resonant ADJECTIVE
A sound that is resonant is deep and strong.
His voice sounded oddly resonant in the empty room.
Definition of resonant from the Collins English Dictionary
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