Resonated sentence example

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  • Her whole body resonated in pain at the thought.

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  • Controversy aside, the song resonated with people all over the world and was a major chart success.

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  • His struggle to accommodate recalcitrant team members resonated with my experiences coaching 25 years of Oxford Boat Race crews.

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  • The series resonated with fans who enjoyed both the dark and twisty Meredith and Cristina story line as much as they did the passionate love affair that flirted with an inappropriate relationship between Meredith and Derek.

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  • The song flopped initially but in 1942, it became a hit - partially because the reminiscence resonated with audiences separated from their loved ones because of World War II.

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  • Had there been widespread acquiescence to the Iraq war, then these events would not have resonated in the way they have.

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  • The X Files is one of the few rare shows that for whatever reason, resonated with enough people to create a large and healthy 'cult' following in sci-fi fandom, spawning numerous novels, two films and multiple websites.

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  • Perhaps when you first saw Star Wars, something resonated about Obi-Wan's description of 'the Force'.

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  • The message resonated with the Post WWII, Early-Cold-War viewers.

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  • Throughout this early series, most of the special effects generated by the ship and the computer had a hollow echo that resonated with drama and kept fans enthralled throughout each episode.

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