Definitions

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  • adj. auditory

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Auditory.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Auditory. Sir J. Stoddart.
  • Of or pertaining to an auditor of accounts, or to audits.

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Examples

  • So this tour has been a complete visual and auditorial history of the accordion in the United States.

    Merritt, Snicket and the 'Tragic Treasury'

  • That out of the money so borrowed shall be paid such amount as has been or shall be audited and allowed by the auditorial board created by the late Convention of the People of the State, under and by virtue of an ordinance concerning certain commissioners and officers appointed by authority of said Convention, adopted March 23,

    Laws of the eighth legislature of the state of Texas,

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  • when an auditor gets didactic

    June 29, 2009