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Adjective
Characterized by the repeating sound heard by its initial observer
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“The door shut with an echoing slam, so loud in the unusual silence.”
Adjective
Containing or characterized by iteration
Adjective
Used for, or being engaged in, the act of speaking or conversing
Adjective
Verbally or behaviorally copying, echoing, or emulating someone or something
Adjective
In the form or style of alliteration, feature the repetition of consonant sounds
Noun
A loud, deep, resonant sound
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Noun
The act of copying, or using someone or something as a model
Noun
An act or an instance of repeating something said or written
Noun
The repetition of similar or identical vowel sounds, usually in literature or poetry
Verb
Present participle for to resound or reverberate with (a sound or sounds)
“I know how the sounds echo off the walls of the white cliffs with coyotes chiming in close by.”
Verb
Present participle for to repeat (someone's words or opinions), typically to express agreement
“His recent remarks echo what he said in October during an interview with Forbes.”
Verb
Present participle for to be similar to in appearance or structure
“The interactions between the characters echo the works of Dorothy Dunnett.”
Verb
Present participle for to simulate, imitate, or make a replica of
Verb
Present participle for to repeat what was previously said or expressed
Verb
Present participle for to say something again or a number of times, typically for emphasis or clarity
Verb
Present participle for to evoke a memory or thought
Verb
Present participle for to make or be an exact copy of
Verb
Present participle for to say again
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Present participle for to respond to something someone has said or written
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Present participle for to tell someone about something that has happened
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(of light or an image) Present participle for to bend back or mirror
Verb
Present participle for to rebound off something wildly in a seemingly random direction
Verb
Present participle for to speak or say something in unison or at the same time
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