Definition of 'reverberations'
Example sentences containing 'reverberations'
The case was beginning to be a case, beginning to get accretions, have reverberations.POLITICAL SUICIDE (2001)
The reverberations made the little shards of rock around her head, decorated with tiny fragments of fossil, dance.COLDHEART CANYON (2001) TICKLED PINK (2001)
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