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echo

verb copying, duplication, imitation, reecho, reflect, repeat, repetition, resound, return, reverberate, reverberation
Associated concepts: a circuit court decision echoing annther circuit of the US Court of Appeals
See also: agree, concur, copy, image, imitate, mock, reflection, reiterate, repeat, repercussion
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point did you a second successive comeback was genuinely on the at an echoey of Light The Republic of Ireland international had made an impact from the bench in each of the last three games, but was pretty anonymous against Brentford.
I have a setting for auditoriums, but I have a specific profile set for The Hanover Theatre, so I can hear cues and notes in an echoey environment,'' Calandra said.
After that there was a silence, broken only by the occasional echoey plink of drips from the tap'.
The Art, the album's final track, even has an echoey sound to the piano, as if it's ringing round a magnificent cathedral of a space.
10 CHIEF KEEF, BANG PT 2 (self-released) Few things in 2013 were as fun to listen to as Chief Keef's echoey, affected voice melt and throb in the dark on this summer mixtape.
Dreamy electronic pop made of airy synths and looping echoey vocals, mysterious in every way apart from the music.
If you're not sure how to find a stud, start knocking on the wall until the sound of your knock doesn't feel so deep, echoey, and hollow.
This will be only the second time that Vasily Petrenko has conducted the work and he is looking forward to the performance in the excellent acoustic of Huddersfield Town Hall after the more echoey acoustic of Chester Cathedral.
I use the built-in Mac microphone, and I gotta have enclosed space or else it comes out super echoey.
This leads Pascoe to consider the "aural architecture" of theater spaces, considerably changed since then, so that even when we produce plays from the era, we cannot know how the voices in them were experienced: "the kind of reverberation that once gave theaters like Drury Lane distinct acoustic signatures has been reconceived as noise and erased by acoustic materials aimed at stopping sounds from careening around a room and reinforcing a voice with echoey ghost versions of itself" (64).
The duck's solution to the problem resonates equally in the echoey cave as it does with the besieged travellers.
But beneath the modern main reception at Wrexham's Glyndwr University, a dark, echoey remains; a bunker built to house any survivors of the nuclear war so many in the 1950s feared.