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verberate (verb), verberates; verberated; verberating
1. To beat, to strike, to make loud clamor: Kimberly's deep booming laugh verberated around the room.
2. To shake, to tremble, to quiver: The negative comments made by Professor Hilman verberated the students in the classroom.

The shocking news of the vocalist's death first verberated on TV and radio news broadcasts after which it reverberated over and over again for days.

3. To vibrate or to agitate because of a loud racket: The party verberated with gaiety and laughter which bothered the neighbors living near the house.
4. In physics, hearing waves that are perceived by those who are within the vicinity of the sources which are near enough to be heard: Heather's singing verberated throughout the house.
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