[ UK /ˈɛkəʊɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈɛkoʊɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈɛkoʊɪŋ/ ]
(of sounds) repeating by reflection
a hotel with echoing halls
How To Use echoing In A Sentence
- The clock on the wall ticked on, its sound echoing through the otherwise silent room.
- Views through doorways, echoing traditional enfilade arrangements, permit comparisons. Irascible Still
- I played with my dessertspoon as the others began to clear up, my conversation with Chase echoing through my head.
- My steps quickened, my stride elongating to keep myself from the echoing sound of my name.
- The heavy oak doors slammed closed behind him, the noise echoing in the vast chamber.
- As the last words came hoarsely forth on to the night air, _clang, clang, clang_, burst out the tocsin of the alarm bell, silencing the music in the ballroom and sending an electric thrill through every listener within the precincts of the castle; but ere the great bell had sent forth a score of vibrating notes which came quivering through the darkness and echoing from every wall, the clattering of hoofs began in obedience to the whispered commands of his Majesty of France: The King's Esquires The Jewel of France
- I screamed again, flitting back and forth along the fence in search of a way in, but before his name stopped echoing down the street, the leech mutated from pink to red, a rapid discoloration that reminded me of how the lure in the administration window had changed. Bleeding Violet
- Echoing the sentiment of taxpayers, the president on Monday called the ailing insurance giant's plans to dole out $165 million in bonuses an "outrage" and said he would attempt to block the additional compensation. WIBW - HomePage - Headlines
- We could hear his footsteps clopping up the stairs and echoing down the upstairs hall.
- Here in the dark, they torture me, these silent shrill voices echoing in my mind, will they haunt me forever?