Definition of 'resounding'
Example sentences containing 'resounding'
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He had to be getting on, expanding, piling structure upon structure as he moved towards a distant, larger, more resounding goal. WHISTLER IN THE DARK (1996)Once it was called Talbot House though the resounding name belies the small bright dwelling wedged into the row which supports it. WHISTLER IN THE DARK (1996)One of the women dived into the pool with a resounding splash. THE IMAGE OF LAURA (1996)
Tory knew her husband's sweet resounding voice at once, and her eyes closed with relief. THE ANCIENT FUTURE: THE DARK AGE (1996)
Trends of 'resounding'
Used Occasionally. resounding is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'resounding'
British English: resounding ADJECTIVE
A resounding sound is loud and clear.
The audience gave him a resounding applause.
Definition of resounding from the Collins English Dictionary
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