Language Arts

Read the sentence below:

Thoreau began speaking against slavery in public, echoing the voices of freedmen like Frederick Douglass and Lewis Hayden.

In this context, what does the word echoing mean?

Speaking with the same tempo
Speaking with the same words
Speaking with the same conviction
Speaking with the same audiences

Its either B or C

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  1. Which is it -- B or C?

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  2. I'm leading more towards C because he could not have copied them word for word

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  4. It is B because they used some of the same words.

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