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- n. The action of the verb to resound
- adj. Having a deep, rich sound; mellow and resonant
- adj. That causes reverberation
- adj. emphatic, celebrated
- v. Present participle of resound.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. characterized by resonance
President Bush today declared the Iraqi election to be what he called a resounding success.
David, we've used the word resounding success many times.
Agassi, who won the Australian Open in resounding fashion in January, said that winning five-setters early in a tournament could get him over the hump.
Yesterday, FIFA announced total sales had surpassed three million, which a spokesman called a resounding success.
And while the Iranian response cannot be characterized as a resounding yes, neither is it a categorical rejection of negotiations.
Although at some previous point amid my fitful slumber, I do seem to recall a resounding dastardly laugh of triumph, mixed with the receding clatter of a Blackhawk's rotor blades.
A vote that President Bush calls a resounding success.
KING: Would that trip have to be called a resounding success, based on world events?
To hear my own name resounding amid acclamations in the hills of Westmorland was flattering, perhaps; but it was inconvenient at a moment when (as I was morally persuaded) police handbills were already speeding after me at the rate of a hundred miles a day.
But she could crash out of her remaining three races, and this entire effort would still have to be characterized as a resounding success.