verb (used without object), re·ech·oed, re·ech·o·ing.
verb (used with object), re·ech·oed, re·ech·o·ing.
noun, plural re·ech·oes.
- redwood city,
- redwood national park,
- redwood seconds,
- reed bird,
- reed bunting,
- reed canary grass
Origin of reecho
Examples from the Web for re-echo
Nature is an olian harp, a musical instrument whose tones are the re-echo of higher strings within us.
At that instant a shriek arose that made the hills echo and re-echo.The Mysteries of All Nations|James Grant
Then there was that startling, hollow groan, that seemed to echo and re-echo through the deserted house.The Outdoor Girls in a Motor Car|Laura Lee Hope
Did it not re-echo the sentiments just uttered by her companion?Englefield Grange|H. B. Paull
I make my piano dream or sing at pleasure, re-echo with exulting harmonies and rival the most skilful bow in swiftness.Franz Liszt|James Huneker