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- n. The property of being inaudible.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality of being inaudible; inaudibleness.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or quality of being inaudible.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the quality of not being perceptible by the ear
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Swathes of dialogue are tangled and mumbled, particularly by Leo Bill, who plays a delinquent brother in a frenzy of inaudibility.
The invisibility, inaudibility and unspeakability of evil had themselves vanished.
"You know, Wiggs, " she said, her voice softened to near inaudibility by the sultry climate, -it seems like with you everything leads back to the subject of death.
"Today the family grooms the inaudibility and invisibility of its presence, and as a result some believe that little is left apart from a great legend - and the Rothschilds are quite content to let legend be their public relations."
The invisibility, inaudibility, and tacit go-along-ability of responsible, moderate Republicans have become almost as contemptible as the high crimes and low misdemeanors of our megalomaniacal Boy King and his sneering vizier.
This tender, mournful solo, sometimes lapsing towards the threshold of inaudibility, surprisingly elicits laughter from the audience, who seem to think that Woody's kidding around, that his failure to produce clear melodic notes is a joke.
Despite the Rays '3-2 loss -- and his own inaudibility -- he was pleased with his night's work.
Qatux asked, the whisper had softened to near inaudibility.
According to Souter, the limits on contributions were constitutional because they were not "depressed to the level of political inaudibility."
The poem is and is not the urn, for the poem layers the silence of the urn with its own inaudibility.