reverberate


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Synonyms for reverberate

Synonyms for reverberate

to send back the sound of

Synonyms for reverberate

ring or echo with sound

have a long or continuing effect

be reflected as heat, sound, or light or shock waves

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to throw or bend back (from a surface)

treat, process, heat, melt, or refine in a reverberatory furnace

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They reverberate down the years as you look over the vast plain under construction that is the Potsdamer Platz in east Berlin - at the beginning of the century one of the liveliest squares in Europe - or glimpse the revolt in graffitti covering a fragment of Wall, or tread no-man's-land in the company of ghosts at Checkpoint Charlie.
HONOLULU -- Wednesday's earthquake and aftershocks jolted Asia for hours but the telecommunication disruptions may reverberate for weeks.
And to have resemblances and differences and echoes across several centuries and one mountain range reverberate in our memories as they must have reverberated in Manet's.
Simple tips and advice for dealing with difficult times and seemingly overpowering emotions reverberate with timeless wisdom--don't worry about contacting people, expect to be distracted, understand that grief has no schedule, counsel on how to deal with troublesome dreams, what to do when faith is shattered, and more.
In today's world the signs of the zodiac reverberate with things New Age.
The bony chambers of the inner ear reverberate with clues suggesting that Neandertals lived until as late as 34,000 years ago but were not direct human ancestors, a new study finds.
Henri Gaudin saw this programme, 'not simply as a stadium but an entire urban block, in which the stadium should reverberate with its surroundings' - an ambitious objective, given the realities of the urban context.
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Meanwhile, a lunatic plot to heist mob money for a life-saving operation embroils our heroine and her crew, with implications that reverberate all the way from the Department of Motor Vehicles to Afghanistan.
Offering suggestions and warnings that potentially reverberate up through the year 2020, The Financial Universe even contemplates the astrological sign of America as a nation, and considers the implications of this birth sign on the future of American finances as a whole as surely as what this means for one's own private investments.
The echoes of the past combined with the hurly-burly of today reverberate in 3,000-year-old Jerusalem, capital of Israel.
More than a decade after it came and went, the century's largest El Nino warming continues to reverberate in the Pacific, according to scientists who have detected what is -- by the standards of oceanography -- an ancient wave rippling through the northwest part of that ocean.
The judge's refusal to dismiss our lawsuit could reverberate throughout the insurance industry because it bypasses the McCarran-Ferguson Act exemption which has historically been used by insurers to circumvent liability in these types of federal cases.
Bellamy Road; Andromeda's Hero (Corey Nakatani), 12-1; Chekhov (Gary Stevens), 10-1; Roman Ruler (Jerry Bailey), 5-2; Don't Get Mad (Edgar Prado), 10-1; Reverberate (Jose Santos), 8-1; and Flower Alley (John Velazquez), 3-1.