from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In context of possibility of being heard; in an audible manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. So as to be heard.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an audible manner; so as to be heard.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an audible manner
Ulaanbaatar is a small city, and Tumenulzii, audibly from a Chinese region, does not feel safe.
Some one spoke his name audibly, and he enjoyed in some degree the sensation of being a person of mark.
After this welcome, Granganameo made them a long set speech, to which Captain Amadas replied by presenting him with divers things, which he joyfully received; and during the whole ceremony none of the company of attendants spoke a word audibly, but each in the other's ear very softly.
The wood that had been drawn for the fire was green, and it ignited too slowly to satisfy the shivering impatience of women and children; I vented mine in audibly grumbling over the wretched fire, at which I in vain endeavoured to thaw frozen bread, and to dress crying children.
He audibly emphasized the Arabic word for depth as he spoke.
The UPMM under podium mounted microphone gave us good idea of how this innovative "mounted under anything" hydration system works, at least audibly, that is ...
He repeated his own name audibly to himself, as though in this way he could recall her voice.
He had not looked to have the lady in question ring every coin audibly in full view and hearing of the entire market-place, and yet, if his experience had stood him in good stead, he must have known that this was precisely what she would do.
"You will have to explain all that to the police," the man declared, while the woman detective was smiling "audibly" at her catch.
Annie: I was thinking "audibly" because I don't use LOL, I use AL (audibly laughing).