Etymology
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reverberant (adj.)

"reverberating," especially "returning sound, resounding," 1570s, from French réverbérant or directly from Latin reverberantem (nominative reverberans), present participle of reverberare "to beat back, strike back" (see reverberation).

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Definitions of reverberant

reverberant (adj.)
having a tendency to reverberate or be repeatedly reflected;
a reverberant room
the reverberant booms of cannon
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