reechoing

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • adj reechoing (of sounds) repeating by reflection "a hotel with echoing halls"
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Usage

In literature:

A false ring somewhere in Ernest's words, reechoing with an ever-increasing volume of sound, stifled the voice of love.
"The House of the Vampire" by George Sylvester Viereck
At such times he might go as abruptly as he came, leaving some wild sentence reechoing behind him.
"Roads from Rome" by Anne C. E. Allinson
The name echoed and reechoed through her mind: Paul Ellison.
"Parrot & Co." by Harold MacGrath
Over seventy dogs waged the wildest kind of war and the distant woods reechoed the horrible din.
"The Drama of the Forests" by Arthur Heming
And there was something sad and solemn in the dull, booming sound as it echoed and reechoed over that broad and mysterious sea.
"The Von Toodleburgs" by F. Colburn Adams
A shrill whistle from the Mills echoed and reechoed through the valley.
"Red-Robin" by Jane Abbott
Since that time, then, men have been echoing and reechoing the same old ideas.
"The Continental Monthly, Vol. 2, No 3, September, 1862" by Various
But the steamer has reached her wharf; the roaring of her escaping steam disturbs the city, and reechoes far away down the bay.
"An Outcast" by F. Colburn Adams
But withal that he reechoed the sentiments of Harry.
"The Wonder Island Boys: Conquest of the Savages" by Roger Thompson Finlay
Silently up the stairs they went together, to the top, their steps reechoing from the walls.
"A Sister's Love" by W. Heimburg
The woods reecho with it; the mountains give it faintly back.
"The Woodpeckers" by Fannie Hardy Eckstorm
The most enthusiastic cheering echoed and reechoed.
"In the Days of Queen Victoria" by Eva March Tappan
The theatres in particular reechoed with masterpieces that no other nation ever approached.
"Voltaire's Romances" by François-Marie Arouet
The thunder roared and echoed and reechoed over the wooded mountains round about.
"The Go Ahead Boys in the Island Camp" by Ross Kay
It came nearer, and turned into such a terrible howling that all the surrounding hills reechoed it.
"The Swedish Fairy Book" by Various
He called so loudly that hill and vale reechoed the sound.
"The Norwegian Fairy Book" by Clara Stroebe
This will soar out and reecho at all hours; sometimes a memory of Elsa, and again a thought of Sieglinde.
"Stars of the Opera" by Mabel Wagnalls
It made a sharp little splash, which was reechoed by the dripping basins.
"Atlantic Narratives"
This declaration is echoed by Arnold, and reechoed by Barrows.
"Abraham Lincoln: Was He A Christian?" by John B. Remsburg
But Neale gave voice to his delight in reechoed shouts.
"The Corner House Girls Snowbound" by Grace Brooks Hill
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In poetry:

Stranger, that massy, mouldering pile,
Whose ivied ruins load the ground,
Reechoed once to pious strains
By holy sisters breathed around.
"Julia, or the Convent of St. Claire" by Amelia Opie
``But few are they that hear,
And fewer still that feel,
The meaning of my song,
Until the note be clear,
Re—echoed be the peal,
Early, and late, and long.
"A November Note" by Alfred Austin
Remember the nights when the tar-barrel blazed!
From red "Massachusetts" the war-cry was raised;
And "Hollis" and "Stoughton" reechoed the call;
Till P----- poked his head out of Holworthy Hall!
"Once More" by Oliver Wendell Holmes
Was it then thou didst call them to banish all pain,
And the harpstring, just breaking, reecho again
To a strain of enchantment that flowed as the wave,
Where they waited to welcome the murmur it gave?
"Lines" by Mary Baker Eddy