re·sound / riˈzound/ • v. [intr.] (of a sound, voice, etc.) fill a place with sound; be loud enough to echo: another scream resounded through the school. ∎ (of a place) be filled or echo with a particular sound or sounds: the office resounds with the metronomic clicking of keyboards. ∎ fig. (of fame, a person's reputation, etc.) be much talked of: whatever they do in the nineties will not resound in the way that their earlier achievements did. ∎ [tr.] poetic/lit. sing (the praises) of: Horace resounds the praises of Italy. ∎ [tr.] poetic/lit. (of a place) reecho (a sound): cliffs, woods, and caves, her viewless steps resound.