American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Impossible to hear: an inaudible conversation.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not audible; incapable of being heard: as, an inaudible whisper.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Not audible; incapable of being heard; silent.
- adj. impossible to hear; imperceptible by the ear
- in- + audible (Wiktionary)
“We have a project which we call our inaudible project.”
“When they stop the music and speak, it is in inaudible half-whispers: for each other alone.”
“The history is roughly this; the early universe, in the first submicroseconds, was extremely [word inaudible] and all of the cosmic particles, protons, electrons, unstable nuclear particles, neutrinos and photons and background radiation were all hot and were all together.”
“And so to clarify matters we often need to work with a very [word inaudible] model, that has no particular connection with any particular country.”
“(6%) 6063 [Telephony] voice calls inaudible most of the time, but not through speakers or earplugs”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘inaudible’.
The words on this list SAT regulars that I haven't sorted and grouped yet. It's like my wordy holding pen. get it? holding the pen to write a word? HA! I love how lame my humor is.
Some of the catchwords of several presidential debates (Obama-Romney 2012 Denver debate's transcript fully included)
words for quiet sounds
( randomness, descriptive )
William Shakespeare had a masterful command of the English language. But did you know he helped create it? Here's just a few of the words first used by the Bard in his plays.
Words used to describe one's voice.
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