resounds

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resound

[ri-zound]
verb (used without object)
1.
to echo or ring with sound, as a place.
2.
to make an echoing sound, or sound loudly, as a metallic object: A gong resounded.
3.
to ring or be echoed, as sounds.
4.
to be celebrated or notably important: His name resounds in the pages of history.
verb (used with object)
5.
to reecho (a sound).
6.
to give forth or utter loudly.
7.
to proclaim loudly (praise, disapproval, etc.).

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English resounen < Middle French resoner < Latin resonāre, equivalent to re- re- + sonāre to sound1

1. rebound, redound, resound ; 2. re-sound, resound.
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resound (rɪˈzaʊnd)
 
vb
1.  to ring or echo with sound; reverberate: the hall resounded with laughter
2.  to make a prolonged echoing noise: the trumpet resounded
3.  (of sounds) to echo or ring
4.  to be widely famous: his achievements resounded throughout India
 
[C14: from Old French resoner, from Latin resonāre to sound again]

re-sound (riːˈsaʊnd)
 
vb
to sound or cause to sound again

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resound
late 14c., resownen, from O.Fr. resoner, from L. resonare "sound again, resound, echo," from re- "back, again" + sonare "to sound" (see sound (n.1)). Spelling influenced by sound.
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