Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Situated beneath or below the ear.

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  • The complete spectrum of dynamically changing information of the sun, from the lower subvisible frequencies, through the intermediary visible frequencies, to the higher supravisible frequencies, can be thought of as ranging from contrabasses (containing subaural frequencies), through violins, to piccolos (containing supra-aural frequencies), playing together full-time in a 24/7 orchestra.

    The G.O.D. Experiments

  • The closing piece, “Vielleicht Erlischt das Licht” roughly, in English, “Perhaps the Light Expires”, shares with the hour-long album as a whole the same hovering clouds of white noise, and the nearly subaural rumblings of deep bass-line activity that root everything here.

    Disquiet » Germanic Soundscape MP3 Album

  • They have keen senses of smell, and their hearing extends from subaural to ultrasonic frequencies.

    The Starfleet Survival Guide

  • The tricorder is capable of mimicking more than 1,000 unique subaural signatures simultaneously.

    The Starfleet Survival Guide

  • After different animal species’ signatures are discerned, experiment with varying subaural frequencies to determine which signals, if any, will nonviolently repel nearby animals.

    The Starfleet Survival Guide

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