resoundingly


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re·sound

 (rĭ-zound′)
v. re·sound·ed, re·sound·ing, re·sounds
v.intr.
1. To make a loud, prolonged, or reverberating sound: The judge's gavel resounded in the courtroom. See Synonyms at echo.
2. To be filled with sound; reverberate: The schoolyard resounded with the laughter of children.
3. To be talked about, celebrated, or extolled: news that resounded throughout the nation.
v.tr.
1. To send back (sound).
2. To utter or emit loudly.
3. To celebrate or praise, as in verse or song.

[Alteration (influenced by sound) of Middle English resounen, from Old French resoner, from Latin resonāre : re-, re- + sonāre, to sound; see swen- in Indo-European roots.]

re·sound′ing adj.
re·sound′ing·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.resoundingly - in a resounding manner; "he then so resoundingly denounced his former friend"
Translations
بصورةٍ باهِرَه
naprostýpronikavý
bragende
visszhangzóan
geysilega; algjörlega
yankılanarak

resoundingly

[rɪˈzaʊndɪŋlɪ] ADV to defeat sb resoundinglyobtener una victoria resonante sobre algn

resoundingly

adv
(= convincingly) defeatvernichtend; to be resoundingly defeatedeine vernichtende Niederlage erleiden; the play was resoundingly successfuldas Stück war ein durchschlagender Erfolg
(= loudly)schallend

resoundingly

[rɪˈzaʊndɪŋlɪ] advclamorosamente

resound

(rəˈzaund) verb
to sound loudly or for a long time. The audience's cheers resounded through the hall.
reˈsounding adjective
1. loud. resounding cheers.
2. very great; complete. a resounding victory/success.
reˈsoundingly adverb
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The corner has been mentioned as a wonderful corner for echoes; it had begun to echo so resoundingly to the tread of coming feet, that it seemed as though the very mention of that weary pacing to and fro had set it going.
At the false wall he tore like one possessed to demolish the barrier that confronted him--with giant muscles he forced the opening, thrusting his head and shoulders through the first small hole he made, and carrying the balance of the wall with him, to clatter resoundingly upon the cement floor of the dungeon.
Jerking free from the arm that was all distasteful compulsion, Joan had slapped Tudor's face resoundingly and with far more vim and weight than when she had cuffed Gogoomy.
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Their crusade against the poor might not secure a victory for Mr Corbyn alone, but if they go too far in their attacks on the middle classes, we might see him elected as resoundingly as Alexis Tsipras was in Greece.
If you put this to a vote in big cities, I think people are going to say resoundingly no.
I'm sure both Londoners and the rest of the UK would resoundingly vote "Yes".
There are some who really know their beers and arrive to pass judgement, but all have been resoundingly complimentary.
CRICKET: Captain AB de Villiers hit 115 not out as South Africa resoundingly completed a 4-1 win in their one-day international series against Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates.
A GAME OF MUSICAL CHAIRS IN CALIFORNIA HAS FINISHED WITH FORMER ASSEMBLYWOMAN HOLLY MITCHELL (D) resoundingly defeating her Republican opponent to win a Senate seat vacated when Curren Price (D) was elected to the Los Angeles City Council.
Our partnership voted resoundingly in favor of this opportunity," said Cesare Mainardi, chief executive of Booz & Company.
He added: "Teachers are resoundingly stating the minister's plan to remove the State exam and State qualification at Junior Cycle is a retrograde step.