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Correct spelling: resounding

Common misspellings:

respomding, resondent, recending, resultingin, respounding, respnding, respnoding, respoinding, reasonning, soundiing, resaponding, resturning, sourunding, recinding, resopnding, reslulting, recornding, refounding, corresonding, respondign, repsponding, resoponding, resaulting, responnding, responeding, sorrownding, resinding, respondin, reoffending, resoning, rescending, respondiing, serounding, respinding, reasoining, sorunding, srrounding, rextending, resonding, respoonding, respongin, reponding, asounding, sorrunding, resounation, recindion, restorning, responsding, ressonating, reasonging.

Examples of usage:

  1. They could not even get a boat over the bar, for there was a heavy cross sea breaking on it; and in the meantime here they were, trapped inside this river, the air resounding with dismal blasts of the natives' conch- shells, and the natives themselves dancing round and threatening to rush their position; while the bodies of Tristan and his little crew were to be seen floating down the stream, feasted upon by a screaming cloud of birds.  Christopher Columbus, Volume 7 And The New World Of His Discovery, A Narrative by Filson Young
  2. All was comparatively still about him; the noise of the city was replaced by the lighter sound of vehicles on the well kept, almost non- resounding country road.  A Man and His Money by Frederic Stewart Isham
  3. It came roaring from him in a great coarse torrent, shaking his vast bulk and the chair that sustained it, swelling the veins in his face, resounding through the silent room while the waiters literally stood aghast.  The Plum Tree by David Graham Phillips
  4. Here they must lie for the night; and here was warmth of fire, and lamp, and dinner, and wine, and after- conference resounding, with guides and drivers.  No Thoroughfare by Charles Dickens and Wilkie Collins