(Latin: to beat, to strike; to drive, to force back; from verber, whip, lash, rod; by extension, to make sounds or noises or those sounds and echoes that are thrown back again or repeatedly)

verberative (VUHR buhr ay" tiv) (adjective), more verberative, most verberative
Relating to loud or thunderous racket: The verberative boomings and rumblings coming from the street construction crews was very disturbing for those who lived in that area.