I wish, on the contrary, that it may redound to his honor and be beneficial to his country.
Any comparison of him with Mark must redound with great advantage to the former.
He goes on my account, and with a great desire to do something which may redound to my advantage, if it is in his power.
May this, by God's never-failing mercy, redound to his great service.
There was every chance that good fortune in being able to do a great favor for the old man might redound to their aid.
The king and the court entered eagerly into plans, which promised to redound greatly to the glory of France.
Sultan Salàh had not a high opinion of his countrymen, and told us several other tales that did not redound to their credit.
Eventually, this policy must redound to our credit and profit.
The grace bestowed on one brings thanksgivings from many, which redound to the glory of God.
All must redound to the greatness of France and of the Republic.
late 14c., "to overflow," from Old French redonder "overflow, abound, be in profusion" (12c.), from Latin redundare "to overflow" (see redundant). Meaning "to flow or go back" (to a place or person) is from late 14c.; hence "to rebound" (c.1500), and "to contribute to" (the credit, honor, etc.), early 15c. Related: Redounded; redounding.