- resolving power,
- resonance radiation,
- resonant cavity,
- resonant circuit,
- resonant-jet engine,
Origin of resonant
Examples from the Web for resonant
He has a lean, crackling energy about him, a sense of dramatic flourish, a resonant voice that is not unaware of its own music.Nigeria’s Larger-Than-Life Nobel Laureate Chronicles a Fascinating Life|Chimamanda Adichie|August 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The writing is resonant, but must America “see itself” so squarely in this particular regard?America Is Coming to Terms with Its Racial Past—Let’s Look Ahead Instead|John McWhorter|May 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The dialogue is pure McCarthy as well: clipped, resonant, near-Biblical—and somewhat pompous.‘The Counselor’ & How Cormac McCarthy Beat the Hollywood Curse|Andrew Romano|October 26, 2013|DAILY BEAST
And for him, the land, even that which is constructed by man, is resonant.Michael Hainey and Aleksandar Hemon’s Chicago Dreams|Chris Wallace|March 3, 2013|DAILY BEAST
On the other hand it is all a pursuit of truth, of what is real and resonant and relatable.How to Write Groundhog Day: 10 Rules for Screenwriters|Danny Rubin|October 20, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The longer bass strings of any piano of full tone and resonant sounding board will suffice for the experiment.
The stalagmites of the cavern, according to Mr. Nicholson, are very vibrant and resonant.
Now it was resonant and strong, though still only an undertone.The Blind Spot|Austin Hall
Suddenly a phrase I had heard at sea came back to me, sharp and resonant.Aliens|William McFee
The heart was decayed and gone, but the outer shell was hard and resonant.Bird Stories from Burroughs|John Burroughs
1590s, from Latin resonantem (nominative resonans), present participle of resonare (see resonance).