The opera singer's resonant voice is powerful and breathtaking as it fills the theater with sound.
- A deep and echoing voice is an example of something that would be described as resonant.
- A deep accent wall color that you use to contrast your other paint job is an example of something that would be described as resonant.
- Artwork that brings to mind a specific style from another artist is an example of work that is resonant.
- resounding or reechoing: a resonant sound
- producing resonance; increasing the intensity of sounds by sympathetic vibration: resonant walls
- full of, characterized by, or intensified by, resonance: a resonant voice, a resonant passage in a novel
- of or in resonance
Origin of resonantClassical Latin resonans, present participle of resonare, to resound: see re- and sound, intransitive verb
- a. Strong and deep in tone; resounding: a resonant voice.b. Having a lasting presence or effect; enduring: “Cranmer compiled the first Book of Common Prayer, writing some of the most resonant phrases in the English tongue” ( Allen D. Boyer )c. Strongly reminiscent; evocative: a monument that is resonant of the nation's past glory.
- Producing or exhibiting resonance: resonant frequency excitation.
- Resulting from or as if from resonance: resonant amplification.
Origin of resonantLatin resonāns resonant- present participle of resonāre to resound ; see resound .
(comparative more resonant, superlative most resonant)
Latin resonare (“to resound")