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used in The Chocolate War

2 uses
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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
  • "I think maybe that Renault kid's got the right idea, after all," Kevin said, his mouth thick with peanut butter which, he wished he could explain to his mother, gave his words more resonance, like a disc jockey's.
    Chapter 21 (12% in)
  • That distant quality also gave the voices a ghostly resonance, like someone calling from the grave.
    Chapter 32 (46% in)

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