Some considerating touch of humanity was in him; for at times like these, he usually abstained from patrolling the quarter-deck; because to his wearied mates, seeking repose within six inches of his ivory heel, such would have been the reverberating
crack and din of that bony step, that their dreams would have been of the crunching teeth of sharks.
At 600 yards from the well, and circularly arranged around it as a central point, rose 1,200 reverberating
ovens, each six feet in diameter, and separated from each other by an interval of three feet.
It was a sombre snowy afternoon, and the gas-lamps were lit in the big reverberating
And Jerry, far-journeyer across life and across the history of all life that goes to make the world, strugglingly mastering the abysmal slime of the prehistoric with the love that had come into existence and had become warp and woof of him in far later time, his wrath of ancientness still faintly reverberating
in his throat like the rumblings of a passing thunder-storm, knew, in the wide warm ways of feeling, the augustness and righteousness of Skipper.
And as I went over the hill, I could hear his monstrous laugh reverberating
against the sky.
I could imagine he was speaking the thoughts of his own mind as he read to me, and his voice, reverberating
deeply and mournfully in the confined cabin, charmed and held me.
SRINAGAR -- Amid third consecutive strike in the Valley on Monday, Pro-freedom slogans and songs were reverberating
in the local Masjids in Srinagar.
Minear, Erin, Reverberating
Song in Shakespeare and Milton: Language, Memory, and Musical Representation, Farnham, Ashgate, 2011; hardback; pp.
That's the moment when the initial runaway expansion of the universe ended in a burst of tremendous turbulence, shaking the fabric of space-time so violently that it's reverberating
faintly even today, according to some cosmological models.
And, just for fun, there are many other jealousies, betrayals and even a wackazoid unsuspecting incest angle reverberating
through the palace and beyond.