Maybe Republicans feared this as much as Democrats have now welcomed it, with a resounding chorus of relief.
Hollywood bestows trophies on movies and actors and the general public responds with a resounding “WTF!?”
Still, the resounding response globally has been some variant of “What the hell is going on?”
The good news for Canada is that these acts of vilification have been met with resounding criticism from political leaders.
And both have answered their critics with resounding performances.
He was the son of a hall porter in an office in the city and, as a boy, he had sung prolonged bass notes in the resounding hall.
She closed the door after her with a resounding bang, which conveyed more than words.
But Judith stood between them and, like an echo to the word, came the resounding slap as Judith's open palm smote Trevors's cheek.
And seizing her in his arms he picked her up and gave her a resounding kiss.
Rufus looked at him for several seconds of uninterrupted rowing before, in his deep, resounding voice, he spoke.
late 14c., present participle adjective from resound (v.). Figurative use from 1630s. Related: Resoundingly.