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aurally

See aural.

au·ral·ly

(awr'ă-lē)
Related to the ear or sense of hearing.
Related to the ear or sense of hearing.
[L. auris, ear]

aural

(or′ăl) [L. auris, the ear]
1. Pert. to the ear.
2. Pert. to an aura.
aurally (ă-lē)
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