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resound in Colours & sounds topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishresoundre‧sound /rɪˈzaʊnd/ verb [intransitive]  1 Cif a place resounds with a sound, it is full of that soundresound with The stadium resounded with cheers.resound to By now, the whole room was resounding to the sound of the team’s chants.2 CAPMif a sound such as a musical note resounds, it continues loudly and clearly for quite a long timeresonateresound through/around etc a horn resounding through the forest3 formal to be mentioned or talked about a lot The war still resounds in the country’s folklore.→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
resoundRaymond's huge laugh resounded everywhere we went.The A, resounding from the back of the mouth, is said to represent waking consciousness.As he fell, his scream resounded through the canyon.Suddenly I heard a piercing whistle that seemed to resound through the whole universe.Aeroplanes resound to the deafening rasp of anorak pen-pockets when passengers are told to fill in their landing cards.resound through/around etcHere was the central event of the play, the mystical chord that resounded through the audience.Suddenly I heard a piercing whistle that seemed to resound through the whole universe.A blinding flash illuminated the darkness, and the terrible discharge of musketry resounded through the woods.