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resonate
used in The Age of Innocence

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Definition
of a sound:  deep and rich

or:  to evoke a sympathetic or reinforcing response by bringing feelings or memories to mind

or more generally:  when something has reinforcing effects
  • "And I wanted to tell you that I DO feel you were right; and that I'm grateful to you," she ended, lifting her opera-glass quickly to her eyes as the door of the box opened and Beaufort's resonant voice broke in on them.
    Chapter 13 (86% in)

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