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reverberant

[ ri-vur-ber-uhnt ]
/ rɪˈvɜr bər ənt /
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adjective
reverberating; reechoing: the reverberant booms of cannon.
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Origin of reverberant

1565–75; <Latin reverberant- (stem of reverberāns), present participle of reverberāre, equivalent to re-re- + verber(āre) to beat, lash (derivative of verber whip) + -ant--ant

OTHER WORDS FROM reverberant

re·ver·ber·ant·ly, adverbun·re·ver·ber·ant, adjective
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