reverberant


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re·ver·ber·ant

 (rĭ-vûr′bər-ənt)
adj.
1. Having a tendency to reverberate.
2. Characterized by reverberation; resounding.

re·ver′ber·ant·ly adv.

re•ver•ber•ant

(rɪˈvɜr bər ənt)

adj.
reverberating; reechoing.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.reverberant - having a tendency to reverberate or be repeatedly reflected; "a reverberant room"; "the reverberant booms of cannon"
nonresonant, unreverberant - not reverberant; lacking a tendency to reverberate
Translations

reverberant

adj acousticsnach- or widerhallend
References in classic literature ?
He had presently disappeared as suddenly as he had come, but he had left me a companion, a radiant reverberant name; and for some little space the name of Shelley clashed silvery music among the hills.
His thin lips, like the dies of a machine, stamped out phrases that cut and stung; or again, pursing caressingly about the inchoate sound they articulated, the thin lips shaped soft and velvety things, mellow phrases of glow and glory, of haunting beauty, reverberant of the mystery and inscrutableness of life; and yet again the thin lips were like a bugle, from which rang the crash and tumult of cosmic strife, phrases that sounded clear as silver, that were luminous as starry spaces, that epitomized the final word of science and yet said something more - the poet's word, the transcendental truth, elusive and without words which could express, and which none the less found expression in the subtle and all but ungraspable connotations of common words.
I could hear no calls or cries--only the sound of the waves, made weirdly hollow and reverberant by the fog.
Sarod is known for a deep, weighty, introspective sound, in contrast with the sweet, overtone-rich texture of the sitar, with sympathetic strings that give it a resonant, reverberant quality.
Earlier on Saturday, young Australian violinist Emily Sun also created plenty of drama in performances of sonatas by Faure and Franck at Wade Street Church, but her German-Japanese pianist Caterina Grewe was on this occasion too heavy handed in the reverberant acoustics of the small building - immaculate finger work, but she needed to think about the character of the performance space as well as the notes.
Everyone knows how bathrooms sound: echoic, reverberant and loud.
The events filled the participants' hearts with the spirit of sportsmanship and unity .The students displayed a wide array of colourful and reverberant events.
Main features: the spectrum analyzer will make it possible to make measurements of the total radiated power of the equipment under test in the reverberant chamber between a few khz and up to 26 ghz or more.
Especially reverberant was a door on the upstairs level, Rush to Correct, installed at a slight remove from the wall, so that its pink window smear--an amalgamation of eye shadow, lipstick, Vaseline, paint, and clay--created a shadow, extending the work into the realm of the truly untactile.
Schools from different parts of Punjab participate in wide array of vibrant performancesLAHORE:The resilience and vigour of students was spectacle to behold at a fun-filled Inter-School Sports Day event held here under the patronage of the Presbyterian Education Board (PEB) on Sunday.The students from Lahore, Rawalpindi, Kasur, Faisalabad, Nankana, Sialkot and other parts of the Punjab province participated in a wide array of reverberant performances to mesmerise the audience comprising parents, teachers and the school administration.
The opening sounds of the evening arose from the strings of the upside-down guitar being pulled across Boesser-Ferrari's lap, followed by the reverberant whirr created by the blades of a handheld fan pummeling the back of the instrument.
The climax with all of the Rani's female entourage fighting off the advances of Khilji by hurling hot coal bricks on him, is a reverberant homage to Ketan Mehta's Mirch Masala.