tonant

tonant

(ˈtəʊnənt)
adj
very loud
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Last season they were runners-up toNant Conwy only to lose the play-off against Bethesda.
Et hi pluentes pluviam verbi salutarem, tonant increpationibus .
At first the poet does not appear to be describing Cybele's procession at all: he begins with an explanation of her iconography, moves on to an explanation of her entourage, and not until tympana tenta tonant palmis at 618 are readers abruptly aware that we are in the presence of the sights and sounds of the procession itself.