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echo chamber

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Definition of echo chamber in English:

noun

An enclosed space for producing reverberation of sound: figurative locked inside the echo chamber of his mind, he gropes for solace
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  • These bloggers get trapped within an echo chamber, reading post after post that says the same things they think in the same way they would have said it themselves.
  • Those stories may have been short on proof but they reverberated across the media echo chamber.
  • The inside of a campaign is an echo chamber.

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