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Sentence count:41Posted:2016-08-13Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: donateresortresolveresourcepersonalpersonallyresolutiondonationMeaning: ['rezəneɪt]  v. 1. sound with resonance 2. be received or understood. 
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1, Her experiences resonate powerfully with me, living, as I do, in a similar family situation.
2, She makes a simple story resonate with complex themes and emotions.
3, Similar forms resonate and reinforce each other.
4, Masterpieces of compression, they resonate with the concentrated power that can create diamonds from dross.
5, What does resonate is the fantasy of being unemployable, of being an unmotivated object rather than a purposeful subject.
6, Is it that the colours resonate off each other or are there more profound similarities between the exponents of two such diverse cultures?
7, Bob Dole has a message that will resonate with those voters.
8, The electric field of the radiation can then resonate with the vibrations of the charge ions,[] transferring energy to them.
9, How does that resonate, to redress?
10, The rings resonate at more than one frequency each.
11, Do certain words resonate better than others do?
12, Subscribe to blogs that resonate with your heart and a frequent participant.
13, These voices become collective and resonate in a global dimension.
14, The other circuit is designed to resonate close to the desired frequency.
15, Note: Close wound coils will resonate at a slightly lower frequency.
16, The length of laser resonate cavity was changed by high voltage amplifier to compensate frequency drift so that to obtain closed-loop system.
17, The Bible belt’s views even resonate within the gay world.
18, Just as a radio antenna will resonate with and absorb certain radio waves, nanostructured optical antennas can resonate with and absorb visible and infrared light.
19, I resonate greatly with the views of Schopenhauer, Voltaire, Nietzsche, Freud.
20, The fog horn started booming, a deep,[] thrilling vibration that Madame Astarti could feel resonate in her bones.
21, But his questions are themselves a kind of judgment and they resonate in his captor.
22, The pictures of the hippo and the little boy resonate against all the other unseen pictures of harem girls.
23, When the tax cut was going through Congress, the figures seemed too unimaginable to really resonate.
24, This story also attracted a lot of loving attention and resonate with the public.
25, As night draws in on Mount Athos, the monasteries resonate with a repetitive "tack, tack, tack," a haunting sound that seems to echo around the courtyards.
26, In his activities of news editing, he tried to construct the aesthetic artistic conception and search a resonate partial tone between editors, readers, medium and society.
27, This inspiring tale based on a bestselling nonfiction novel will resonate with audiences around the world.
28, Electricity and radioactivity have little in common and do not resonate.
29, It is different from other travel guide books, I resonate from the heart.
30, Even when a city is still a live center of ambition, you won't know for sure whether its message will resonate with you till you hear it.
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