Wood echo

an echo from the wood.

See also: Wood

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Her paintings in gold leaf and tempera on wood echo the formal elegance of her early work, but their very resolution and permanence makes them seem less volatile than those thrilling experiments.
The curved outline and birch wood echo the brand's design language of the '80s.
Local residents Eddie and Shirley Wood echo those thoughts.
Those who find evidence of Christian revival in America's thriving conservative Protestant congregations will be dismayed to hear Wood echo Harold Bloom's argument in The American Religion that most of these congregations are not Christian at all but in thrall to a gnosticism that O'Connor rejected.
Lines from Dylan Thomas' Under Milk Wood echoed around the vast auditorium before Twn Morys performed the poetic piece Bwrw Iddi.
John Passion likely feels the emotional wrench in the pit of one's stomach when the sound of a nail being driven into wood echoes in the church on Good Friday.