1. reverberate

verb. ['rɪˈvɝːbɝət, rɪˈvɝːbɝeɪt'] ring or echo with sound.


  • echo
  • consonate
  • bong
  • resound
  • reecho
  • sound
  • go


  • stop
  • stay
  • drop out
  • accept

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Rhymes with Reverberate

  • inaugurate
  • vociferate

How do you pronounce reverberate?

Pronounce reverberate as rɪˈvərbərət.

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Sentences with reverberate

1. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
If any of these shipments are delayed or of subpar, the effects reverberate throughout the production chain.

2. Verb, base form
Be sure to choose a large enough can that the sound of the objects inside will reverberate when shaken.

Quotes about reverberate

1. Their screams would echo through the house and reverberate against my eardrums until my mind would fracture. Years went by and with each fracture; I lost a piece of my soul until I became lost and empty inside.
- J.D. Stroube, Caged in Darkness

2. Sometimes, if she simply remained quiet, and let the inadequacy of his excuses reverberate on the air, he became ashamed and backtracked.
- J.K. Rowling, The Casual Vacancy

2. reverberate

verb. ['rɪˈvɝːbɝət, rɪˈvɝːbɝeɪt'] be reflected as heat, sound, or light or shock waves.


  • wane

3. reverberate

verb. ['rɪˈvɝːbɝət, rɪˈvɝːbɝeɪt'] spring back; spring away from an impact.


  • resile
  • bound
  • rebound
  • recoil
  • jump
  • leap
  • bounce
  • kick
  • skip
  • ricochet
  • kick back
  • spring
  • carom
  • bound off


  • unoriented
  • untreated
  • unconstipated
  • unsworn

4. reverberate

verb. ['rɪˈvɝːbɝət, rɪˈvɝːbɝeɪt'] have a long or continuing effect.


  • die hard
  • run
  • persist
  • endure


  • clear
  • cheer
  • arrive
  • attend

5. reverberate

verb. ['rɪˈvɝːbɝət, rɪˈvɝːbɝeɪt'] treat, process, heat, melt, or refine in a reverberatory furnace.


  • process


  • unbound
  • free

6. reverberate

verb. ['rɪˈvɝːbɝət, rɪˈvɝːbɝeɪt'] to throw or bend back (from a surface).


  • mirror


  • rise
  • attend to