The dialogue is pure McCarthy as well: clipped, resonant, near-Biblical—and somewhat pompous.
He has a lean, crackling energy about him, a sense of dramatic flourish, a resonant voice that is not unaware of its own music.
Full of lively, comic storytelling and resonant in theme—youth ends; how sad—it casts a downbeat and very of-the-moment mood.
Her exquisitely crafted and resonant new novel is much less autobiographical, she says.
These days, stories need not be true, they need only be plausible and resonant.
It was resonant, far-reaching, incisive; but it rang abruptly and without mellowness.
They had hardly got settled when they heard the resonant tones of the announcer.
"I've come to hear about it all," he said, in his resonant voice—a voice which matched his appearance.
Therefore I habitually think of things as coloured and resonant.
At this moment a heavy knocking sounded upon the door, so resonant, so brutal that they both trembled.