The cry is borne down through the ages, to echo and re-echo so long as mothers love and Death is still unchained.
My voice seemed to reverberate and re-echo as if I had shouted with all my strength.
Infantile thought and dreams are a re-echo of the prehistoric and savage.
And probably dog-lovers of all classes will re-echo the same.
And they add the words which all but those who make profit out of war will heartily echo and re-echo, “Ainsi soit il.”
Slowly, with heavy footsteps that re-echo, the statue enters.
Napoleon was resolved that his name should re-echo in ages to come, from the palace to the cottage.
Did it not re-echo the sentiments just uttered by her companion?
And his pride smarted at the idea of the whispers that might echo and re-echo through his palace.
At that instant a shriek arose that made the hills echo and re-echo.