Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • As a hearer or auditor; through the ear (as opposed to through the eye).
  • auditory field.
  • The portion of the temporal bone which forms the roof of the tympanum.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Another director might have shown it once as an expository device, but Schnabel weaves it throughout and becomes a mesmerizing leitmotif both visually and auditorially.

    Kimberly Brooks: The Painter Directs: Julian Schnabel And The Diving Bell And The Butterfly

  • I was trying my best to focus my attention on my beer and the tail end of the trivia game and just hope she got bored of talking at us and wandered off to auditorially assault someone else.

    drbigbeef Diary Entry

  • The children must qualify by state guidelines as having a specific learning disability, mental retardation, emotional disturbance, autism, speech impairment, physical impairment, auditorially impaired, visually impaired or deaf-blind.

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  • The children must qualify by state guidelines as having a specific learning disability, mental retardation, emotional disturbance, autism, speech impairment, physical impairment, auditorially impaired, visually impaired or deaf-blind.

    The Facts: News

  • The children must qualify by state guidelines as having a specific learning disability, mental retardation, emotional disturbance, autism, speech impairment, physical impairment, auditorially impaired, visually impaired or deaf-blind.

    The Facts: News

  • The children must qualify by state guidelines as having a specific learning disability, mental retardation, emotional disturbance, autism, speech impairment, physical impairment, auditorially impaired, visually impaired or deaf-blind.

    The Facts: News

  • The children must qualify by state guidelines as having a specific learning disability, mental retardation, emotional disturbance, autism, speech impairment, physical impairment, auditorially impaired, visually impaired or deaf-blind.

    The Facts: News

  • The children must qualify by state guidelines as having a specific learning disability, mental retardation, emotional disturbance, autism, speech impairment, physical impairment, auditorially impaired, visually impaired or deaf-blind.

    The Facts: News

  • The children must qualify by state guidelines as having a specific learning disability, mental retardation, emotional disturbance, autism, speech impairment, physical impairment, auditorially impaired, visually impaired or deaf-blind.

    The Facts: News

  • Children must qualify by state guidelines as having a specific learning disability, mental retardation, emotional disturbance, autism, speech impairment, physical impairment, auditorially impaired, visually impaired or deaf-blind.

    The Facts: News

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