- a repeated echo.
Origin of reecho
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Examples from the Web for re-echo
My voice seemed to reverberate and re-echo as if I had shouted with all my strength.The Blue Germ
The knock seemed to re-echo inside him; he hurried to get away from it.Sons and Lovers
David Herbert Lawrence
And probably dog-lovers of all classes will re-echo the same.'Murphy'
Slowly, with heavy footsteps that re-echo, the statue enters.The Complete Opera Book
The Enchiridion was, in truth, a re-echo of the very key-note of Colets faith.The Oxford Reformers
- to echo (a sound that is already an echo); resound
- (tr) to repeat like an echo
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Word Origin and History for re-echo
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