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resonant

[rez-uh-nuhnt]
adjective
1.
resounding or echoing, as sounds: the resonant thundering of cannons being fired.
2.
deep and full of resonance: a resonant voice.
3.
pertaining to resonance.
4.
producing resonance; causing amplification or sustention of sound.
5.
pertaining to a system in a state of resonance, especially with respect to sound.
noun
6.
Phonetics. a vowel or a voiced consonant or semivowel that is neither a stop nor an affricate, as, in English, (m, ng, n, l, r, y, w).

Origin:
1585–95; < Latin resonant- (stem of resonāns), present participle of resonāre to resound; see -ant

resonantly, adverb
hyperresonant, adjective
hyperresonantly, adverb
nonresonant, adjective
nonresonantly, adverb
unresonant, adjective
unresonantly, adverb


2. rich, vibrant, sonorant, reverberant.
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resonant (ˈrɛzənənt)
 
adj
1.  (of sound) resounding or re-echoing
2.  producing or enhancing resonance, as by sympathetic vibration
3.  characterized by resonance
 
'resonantly
 
adv

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