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  • noun Plural form of auditory.

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Examples

  • There is another scruple cast in by divinity concerning its production, much disputed in the German auditories, and with that indifferency and equality of arguments, as leave the controversy undetermined.

    Religio Medici

  • Of my great-grandfather, both to frequent public schools and auditories, and to get me good and able teachers at home; and that I ought not to think much, if upon such occasions, I were at excessive charges.

    Meditations

  • Its future auditories will be the generations of men, as they rise up before it and gather round it '

    The Knickerbocker, or New-York Monthly Magazine, February 1844 Volume 23, Number 2

  • We have now arrived at a point nearly opposite our entrance at the east, and, continuing round the southwest, south, and southeast sides of the peristyle, find a large number of consecutive chambers devoted mainly to the philosophers, as lecture-rooms and auditories for their classes and followers.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 03, No. 19, May, 1859

  • The mere statement by the Author of the numbers, large as they were, of those who formed the auditories, can give but a small idea of the enthusiasm with which they were received by the crowds which thronged to hear them, and which were composed of all classes of persons, from the most distinguished savant to the intelligent artisan.

    The Heavenly Father Lectures on Modern Atheism

  • These Lectures, in their original form, were delivered at Geneva, and afterwards at Lausanne, before two auditories which together numbered about two thousand five hundred men.

    The Heavenly Father Lectures on Modern Atheism

  • He held this appointment till March, 1843, during which time he delivered a great number of lectures to increasingly attentive auditories; and as he read over several portions of them to me, I am able to say that, in my humble judgment, they were of the highest value, for their clear, close, and correct exposition of some of the most difficult branches of the law.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine - Volume 61, No. 376, February, 1847

  • Divinity concerning its production, much disputed in the Germane auditories, and with that indifferency and equality of arguments, as leave the controversie undetermined.

    Religio Medici

  • He saw his neighbors 'ears clogged, and he was prepared to die howling if only he could pierce those encrusted auditories.

    Mary, Mary

  • There is another scruple cast in by Divinity concerning its production, much disputed in the Germane auditories, and with that indifferency and equality of arguments, as leave the controversie undetermined.

    Paras 36-70

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