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Synonyms for boomy

improving, growing, or succeeding steadily

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Boomy is married to Orion with whom she has three sons: Stan, Oliver, and Lucas.
People might be a bit shoked at first but because you are such a kind man, they will soon reelize it is still the same twinkally eyes, still the same boomy laugh and still the same Santa.
He channels Robeson's boomy baritone with aplomb, giving the sentence additional gravitas.
The acoustic of Gloucester's Blackfriars Priory is contentious, boomy and with resonances garbling sounds as they reach to the remote back of the hall.
The humour of this opera lies in its tounge-twisting dialogue, both said and sung, and the boomy acoustic (albeit in a beautiful setting) was giving them no help.
I'd also invested hours teaching students, teachers, and researchers how to capture good sound, make the most of available light, and use tripods and microphones to shoot videos that don't distract viewers from the subject with shaky, murky images and boomy, muddy audio.
He was posted at Bopolo camp in Boomy County when he developed fever with rigors and chills, headache and one episode of vomiting on 4 April 2006.
A bakery, wine bar, organic clothing store, and spa are all worthy indulgences, but you've got to see the beach first: seven wide-open miles of sand, big boomy waves, and poetry-worthy sunsets.
Human voice, male and female, was rendered with startling realism and transparency--baritones were never boomy or chesty, yet the full power of their voices made for realistic ensemble, chorale, and especially operatic reproduction.
Don't get too close to the subject's mouth, or his voice will sound unnaturally boomy.
With so many action movies these days plastering the audience with boomy meaningless wallpaper, it's nice to be reminded of just how shocking gunfire really is.
They don't have that boomy sound you get from dreadnaughts," the most common size for acoustic guitar bodies.
Sally Pinkas plays here with a winning combination of sturdy confidence and sweet sensitivity, and the production quality is outstanding--the recording was made at the New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall, a large and ech oey space that is very effectively tamed to accommodate the intimate scale of these pieces, and the resulting sound is warm anti rich without being wet or boomy.
Color on print caught was lackluster, and soundtrack so boomy as to make the dialogue often incomprehensible.