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 reecho
This will soar out and reecho at all hours; sometimes a memory of Elsa, and again a thought of Sieglinde.Stars of the Opera|Mabel Wagnalls
"I am sure I can echo and reecho your words," he answered, folding the child to his heart.Elsie's Womanhood|Martha Finley
He tells him to take it to Kilauea--that it may reecho, doubtless, from the walls of the crater.Unwritten Literature of Hawaii|Nathaniel Bright Emerson
Poets are sweetest when they reecho its whisperings; orators are most potent when they thrill its chords to music.America First|Various
The tiny monosyllable seemed to echo and reecho through the high-ceiled room.Little Lost Sister|Virginia Brooks