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Synonyms for SOUNDS: echoes, reechos, resonates, resounds, reverberates, acts, appears, comes across (as); Antonyms for SOUNDS: stifles, suppresses Sounds: to continue or be repeated in a series of reflected sound waves.What is the root word for sound?
sound (n.1) "noise, what is heard, sensation produced through the ear," late 13c., soun, from Old French son "sound, musical note, voice," from Latin sonus "sound, a noise," from PIE *swon-o-, from root *swen- "to sound." The unetymological -d was established c. 1350-1550 as part of a tendency to add -d- after -n-.What is another name for sound?
Unwanted or unpleasant sounds are known as noise. Sounds that are melodious and pleasing to ear are known as music. (g) True. Unwanted or unpleasant sounds are known as noise. If one is subjected to loud unpleasant sound continuously for a long time, then it may cause temporary hearing impairment. What are examples of loud sounds?