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reverberate
used in The Magic Mountain

3 uses
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Definition
when something has a continuing effect
  • The mountains reverberated, the valley boomed with it, and Hans Castorp was certain it would bring people running.
    7.9 - The Great Petulance (98% in)
  • The sound made him feel as if he were breathing the moldy, cool air of Saint Catherine's Church or the crypt in Saint Michael's, as if he could sense the gentle draft of places where as you walked, hat in hand, you fell into a certain reverential, forward rocking motion, your heels never touching the ground; and he also thought he could hear the remote, cloistered silence of those reverberating spaces.
    2.1 - The Baptismal Bowl / Grandfather in His Two Forms (36% in)
  • It wasn't snowing, exactly, but it had been raining heavily for days; ugly, thick fog filled the valley, where thunderstorms raged and rolled in knotty reverberations—absurdly superfluous, really, considering it was so cold that the heat had been turned on in the dining hall.
    4.9 - Growing Anxiety / Two Grandfathers and a Twilight Boat Ride (1% in)

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