The Canon knocked, and Hugh's voice said, clearly and resonantly, "Come in."
For an instant there was a jerkiness to the voice, and then it droned on resonantly again.
And when he spoke, slowly, resonantly, men fell back before his words.
He spoke without haste, resonantly, and clearly; but the mother was unable to listen to his speech.
Rybin said evenly and resonantly, making himself heard above all the other voices.
For a moment let us look into this so seeming-piteous a one of ours, on which soon the iron curtain is resonantly to fall.
The very sound of the ice, dully yet resonantly chinking, brought a suffocating sense of nostalgia.
The sun had risen, the bells were ringing riotously, resonantly in the clear, cold air.
These words still roll down the tide of American history as resonantly as when they were spoken.
He drew a deep breath which visibly swelled his great chest and sang out, resonantly, "Promenade to your places!"