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resounding in Colours & sounds topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishresoundingre‧sound‧ing /rɪˈzaʊndɪŋ/ adjective  1 resounding success/victory/defeat etc2 [only before noun]CLOUD/NOISY a resounding noise is so loud that it seems to continue for a few seconds a resounding thudsee thesaurus at loudresoundingly adverb
Examples from the Corpus
resoundingThey were shattered by the sudden incursion of a resounding bass voice which broke into song.Her remarks were met with resounding cheers.This was the one resounding defeat of Charlemagne's campaigns, recorded in the ninth-century life of the king by Eginhard.The papers screamed superlatives, and La Scala, sulking after a resounding flop with Don Carlos, scowled and spat.The embassage had a trumpeter, and he blew a resounding flourish.The answer has to be a resounding no.There are times when they almost entirely break surface and re-enter the water with a resounding slap of their tails.By 1880 there were about a thousand hotels in the scheme which proved a resounding success.If it comes close to matching the Braehead competition, then it will be a resounding success.