Reverberantly

reverberant

[ri-vur-ber-uhnt]
adjective
reverberating; reechoing: the reverberant booms of cannon.

Origin:
1565–75; < Latin reverberant- (stem of reverberāns), present participle of reverberāre, equivalent to re- re- + verber(āre) to beat, lash (derivative of verber whip) + -ant- -ant

reverberantly, adverb
unreverberant, adjective
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reverberate (rɪˈvɜːbəˌreɪt)
 
vb
1.  (intr) to resound or re-echo: the explosion reverberated through the castle
2.  to reflect or be reflected many times
3.  (intr) to rebound or recoil
4.  (intr) (of the flame or heat in a reverberatory furnace) to be deflected onto the metal or ore on the hearth
5.  (tr) to heat, melt, or refine (a metal or ore) in a reverberatory furnace
 
[C16: from Latin reverberāre to strike back, from re- + verberāre to beat, from verber a lash]
 
re'verberant
 
adj
 
re'verberative
 
adj
 
re'verberantly
 
adv
 
reverber'ation
 
n

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