“This is going to reverberate far and wide,” said the same law-enforcement official talking on background.
The silhouettes seem to reverberate across the room, in a mildly hall-of-mirrors effect.
This has often been referred to as the September 11 moment that will reverberate through the new Star Trek universe.
Over the weekend this question started to reverberate throughout the media pundit class.
But the impact of the financial maneuvers that he made to save the company will reverberate for years.
While on their way, they would make the dense old woods, for miles around, reverberate with their wild notes.
My voice seemed to reverberate and re-echo as if I had shouted with all my strength.
If this is a fortunate day, however, the horn on the turret will blow, and then the gong at the bailey gate will reverberate.
Its walls, while echoing voices of lamentation, reverberate also the shouts of revenge.
The thunders of the Bible will reverberate in my mind with more vitality since our excursion to Vesuvius.
1570s, "beat back, drive back, force back," from Latin reverberatus, past participle of reverberare "strike back, repel, cause to rebound" (see reverberation). Meaning "re-echo" is from 1590s. Earlier verb was reverberen (early 15c.). Related: Reverberated; reverberating.