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resonant
used in Gone with the Wind

6 uses
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Definition
of a sound:  deep and rich

or:  bringing to mind — especially feelings or memories

or more generally:  when something has reinforcing effects
  • She would never forget the leap of her heart as she heard it, as if for the first time, drawling, resonant, musical.
    1.2 (22% in)
  • His voice was oddly pleasant to the ear, the well-modulated voice of a gentleman, resonant and overlaid with the flat slow drawl of the Charlestonian.
    2.9 (57% in)
  • It was resonant, deeper, and his words fell swiftly as though hurried with some inner urgency.
    2.15 (88% in)
  • While his low resonant voice went on, desolate, with a feeling she could not understand, Scarlett clutched at words here and there, trying to make sense of them.
    4.31 (65% in)
  • Ashley began to read the prayers and all heads bowed as his resonant, beautifully modulated voice rolled out the brief and dignified words.
    4.40 (30% in)
  • She wondered incuriously who it was and, when a man's voice, resonant and drawling, rose above Pitty's funereal whispering, she knew.
    4.47 (14% in)

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