From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishresounding success/victory/defeat etcresounding success/victory/defeat etcBIGa very great or completesuccess, victory etcThe show was a resounding success. →resounding
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resounding success/victory/defeat etc• At $ 3. 99, a weekday all-you-can-eat lunchbuffetproved a resounding success.• His foray into biography is also a resounding success.• The organisers claimed the conference was a resounding success.• On the other hand, others have described the issue as a resounding success as all the shares were sold.• On the one hand, so many victories; on the other, resounding defeat at Trafalgar in 1805.• The outcome - a resounding victory for the home team, not that they appeared particularly surprised.• It was his most resounding defeat in terms of lengths.• That resounding success, moreover, was followed by others.