Sounded In A Sentence

Definition of Sounded

simple past tense and past participle of sound

How To Use Sounded In A Sentence?

  • It sounded to her too much like the large and not very practical ideas of her father.
  • Pinkey threw his coat on the table and the thud sounded as if it had a brick rolled in it.
  • The richer and wider my phrases the thinner sounded my voice in these non-resonating gatherings.
  • There was none of the white woodwork and panelled severity which sounded the correct and most recent note.
  • And pleasantly indeed it sounded in the stillness and repose of that summer night in that wild region.
  • Do not let them absorb you altogether," it sounded to her very like a reproach.
  • It sounded strangely above the nasal tones of the school-children, and the scraping of a solitary fiddle.
  • In the trees were birds whose songs sounded sweeter than the music of the waves that had so often lulled her to sleep.
  • The burden of telephone bells that sounded from morning till night with the injurious sayings of waiting patients.
  • But instead of this a wonderful smile lighted it, and her sweet and resonant voice sounded clear through the hall.
  • While he was speaking, a knock sounded at the door, and a sailor with a bristling beard stood upon the threshold.
  • Behind sounded a frantic grinding of brakes, a hiss of steam, and the locomotive let out shriek after shriek.
  • The wind blowing through the baling wire which anchored the stove-pipe to the wall sounded like an aeolian harp played by a maniac.
  • Her sweet ringing voice sounded like a silver trumpet through the room, and the lords and ladies pressed nearer to hear and see.
  • But the thought was never finished, for at that moment a hand was laid upon his shoulder, a cheery voice sounded in his ears.
  • Her disappointment went deeper than this, for it had its source in the stories she had heard of Vetch that sounded original and dramatic.
  • The roar of the water sounded deep and solemn among the old woods, as it went roaring and tumbling, and struggling through the gorge.

Short & Simple Example Sentence For Sounded | Sounded Sentence

  • Brook sounded very peculiar.
  • Has it sounded like that to you?
  • Haidee sounded rather breathless.
  • There had sounded a sharp explosion.
  • The words sounded strange in her ears.
  • Lloyd expelled some air and he sounded in agreement.
  • A laugh of derision sounded at the rear.
  • She sounded a note of valiant incredulity.
  • Just then a shrill whistle sounded across the marsh.
  • His voice sounded like the squeak in a telephone receiver.
  • Burman sounded proud and Boyce was pleased.
  • It sounded like an Arabian tale.
  • Boyce's voice sounded demanding.
  • Pinkey's voice sounded hopeless.
  • Allen's voice sounded of excited promise.
  • Nevertheless, her voice sounded to her pitifully inadequate.
  • Benham's voice sounded slightly sardonical.
  • In the distance sounded the melancholy notes of some pastoral flute.
  • I heard his disagreeable laugh, which now sounded angry and malignant.
  • Her voice sounded weary, and her eyes remained fastened on her child.
  • The voice of the fly-man sounded hard, grating, and derisive in their ears.
  • He tried to speak, and his voice sounded like a weak, far away whisper.
  • Wallie's voice sounded like the voice of an angel to the prisoner.

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