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resonate

[′rez·ən‚āt]
(electricity)
To bring to resonance, as by tuning.
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People say his speeches resonate. His words are compared to those of Martin Luther King Jr.
It does resonate because it is the very, very best of our ancient past.
The emphasis will be on supporting our multi-issue organization under a more focused umbrella that resonates with the public perception of the League.
This new insight resonates with Democratic populists, like me, who are frustrated by conservatives' use of deceptive language to malign Democratic ideas and erode American values while Democratic leaders appear powerless to defend them.
The new pavilion will be clad in red marbles and granites composed in a pattern that resonates with the scale and character of the original museum's existing Victorian facades.
There is a more intimate connection, a more profound knowing, when something resonates deep within us.
He has yet to find a message that resonates. His only workable slogan seems to be "Vote for Kerry: He's Not George W.
The climactic scene, in which Benoit rides in a sleigh with his drunken uncle and the body of a dead youth, resonates with Canadian cultural mythology, the snowstorm an indication of the tempestuous winds of change about to come.
Even if your girlfriends do not fit the prototypes presented, the story resonates because the authors have done an outstanding job of displaying the vital elements that are a part of any lasting friendship.