Definition of resonantly in English:



See resonant

‘In my mind, it is rare for a film to be consistently funny, resonantly humane, and socially conscious.’
  • ‘This is music that deftly defines its era, often more resonantly than the chart-based pop of the time.’
  • ‘The recitatives were poignantly intense, and while immersed in Beethoven's idiom, came across without affectation, the resonantly repeated note-pairs imbued with restrained passion.’
  • ‘In particular, interesting phenomena occur in nanoscale structures at the plasmon frequency, at which optical absorption is resonantly enhanced.’
  • ‘Biological systems might interact resonantly with microwave fields but there is as yet no robust evidence.’