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echoing Sentence Examples

  • She ached for him, and the magic thrummed around her, echoing her loneliness.

  • Her heart sang as she realized she hadn't lost him after all, her body echoing the desire on his face.

  • She called out, louder and more frantically this time, her voice echoing against the rock.

  • It was only moments later when his fears were realized by the gnashing, booming, ripping sound of metal on rock, echoing across the valley like a clap of thunder, repeating and repeating, as if car after car had met a similar fate, further and further away.

  • The woman motioned them to follow, her quick steps echoing across the cobblestones.

  • With his scream echoing in her head, she staggered up and started pummeling the jaguar.s face, shouting for it to let the sobbing baby angel go.

  • The steady chinking of ice axes could be heard echoing up and down the deep gorge.

  • The police spoke to Fred next, while Dean strolled back toward his quarters, with Corday's question concerning his wife's return echoing in his mind.

  • Dean yelled, his voice echoing up and down the now empty gorge, bouncing about the stone walls and boulders of the narrow ravine.

  • Brady glanced at Dan, his face echoing his own puzzlement.

  • Exhausted, she closed her eyes, Jule's words to her from earlier echoing in her thoughts.

  • In his doctrine as to 'Ev' Tò irow13v or Kpivon, as generally in that of the activity of the voiis diraOiis, Aristotle in the de Anima 9 is in the main but echoing the teaching of Plato.1° Athenaeus ii.

  • The doctrine of the deceitfulness of " the undiscerning eye and the echoing ear " soon established itself, though the grounds upon which Empedocles, Anaxagoras and Democritus maintained it were not those which were alleged by Parmenides.

  • She ached for him, and the magic thrummed around her, echoing her loneliness.

  • Her heart sang as she realized she hadn't lost him after all, her body echoing the desire on his face.

  • She called out, louder and more frantically this time, her voice echoing against the rock.

  • It was only moments later when his fears were realized by the gnashing, booming, ripping sound of metal on rock, echoing across the valley like a clap of thunder, repeating and repeating, as if car after car had met a similar fate, further and further away.

  • The woman motioned them to follow, her quick steps echoing across the cobblestones.

  • With his scream echoing in her head, she staggered up and started pummeling the jaguar.s face, shouting for it to let the sobbing baby angel go.

  • The steady chinking of ice axes could be heard echoing up and down the deep gorge.

  • The police spoke to Fred next, while Dean strolled back toward his quarters, with Corday's question concerning his wife's return echoing in his mind.

  • Dean yelled, his voice echoing up and down the now empty gorge, bouncing about the stone walls and boulders of the narrow ravine.

  • The wooden chair legs grated against the rough hardwood floor, echoing off the bare walls of her sparsely furnished living room.

  • Brady glanced at Dan, his face echoing his own puzzlement.

  • Exhausted, she closed her eyes, Jule's words to her from earlier echoing in her thoughts.

  • The title track is the album's strongest - a pleasing, wistful ballad accompanied by echoing guitars and drums.

  • clack of a typewriter trying too hard echoing behind it.

  • cloister walks are all covered with blank arcading, echoing the openings with their bar tracery.

  • Echoing street sounds lead into the lovely bass theme of ' Chelsea Monday ' (8:16 ), backed by a pounding drumbeat.

  • echoing footsteps tho, why not go and find out what life was like in Victorian Colchester?

  • echoing vocals, stuttering beats and bleeps.

  • echoing eerily off the walls.

  • Echoing his fierce esthetic independence, he did not conform to the image or lifestyle of his avant-garde colleagues.

  • It can seem quite jerky - perhaps echoing the agitated mother in confrontation with her daughter?

  • The soft percussion mallets are the low rumbles of winds echoing across the still night.

  • And the noble long-suffering Odysseus lay there on the wooden bed in the echoing portico.

  • Spiritual death is their goal and their cackling laugh now resounds in the echoing emptiness of human souls.

  • The tuition focuses on traditional methods, particularly in the use of egg tempera or fresco, echoing the cultural history of the region.

  • warblee on the felucca are woken in the middle of the night by a strange warbling screeching sound echoing out of the swamp.

  • In his doctrine as to 'Ev' Tò irow13v or Kpivon, as generally in that of the activity of the voiis diraOiis, Aristotle in the de Anima 9 is in the main but echoing the teaching of Plato.1° Athenaeus ii.

  • The doctrine of the deceitfulness of " the undiscerning eye and the echoing ear " soon established itself, though the grounds upon which Empedocles, Anaxagoras and Democritus maintained it were not those which were alleged by Parmenides.

  • Spiritual death is their goal and their cackling laugh now resounds in the echoing emptiness of human souls.

  • The tuition focuses on traditional methods, particularly in the use of egg tempera or fresco, echoing the cultural history of the region.

  • Echoing in the surrounding hillside is the delightful tinkle of cowbells.

  • Those on the felucca are woken in the middle of the night by a strange warbling screeching sound echoing out of the swamp.

  • Modern artifacts are concealed or replaced with pieces echoing nature.

  • Who plays a game for the echoing music anyway?

  • The involuntary echoing of the last word, phrase, sentence, or sound vocalized by oneself (phalilalia) or by another person or sound in the environment (echolalia) are also classified as complex tics.

  • Echolalia-Involuntary echoing of the last word, phrase, or sentence spoken by someone else.

  • Phalilalia-Involuntary echoing by an individual of the last word, phrase, sentence, or sound he/she vocalized.

  • Echolalia-Involuntary echoing of the last word, phrase, or sentence spoken by someone else.

  • Echolalia-Involuntary echoing of the last word, phrase, or sentence spoken by someone else.

  • It can even have a very vintage style, echoing the looks of swimsuits from as far back as the 1920s.

  • Smaller numbers of glasses can be used on smaller tables while still echoing the main overall table design.

  • While this will occur naturally, you can further enhance the process by echoing and mirroring your partner's physical movement and pace.

  • And they were off, interrupting one another, echoing and talking over one another in a hilarious tribute to Altmanesque dialog.

  • Finding cheap student airfares can make the difference between seeing the world during a college break or sitting in an empty, echoing dorm.

  • It is an all-leather sandal that has a slightly 1970s quality and, echoing some sandals of the '70s, harks back to the Roman era as well.

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