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audible

(od′ĭ-bl)
Capable of being heard.
audibility (od″ĭ-bil′ĭt-ē) audibly (od′ĭ-blē)
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Set among a far from beautiful backdrop made up of Scottish council estates, ever-increasing piles of rubbish and scenes powerful enough to make you audibly wince, this is a fantastic film.
. STARE at your date's neck, and grind your teeth audibly.
Ms Allen was visually and audibly erased from the highlights reel, with a blacked-out area appearing next to team captain Ian Hislop instead.
She also laughed off attempts to discover the identity of Line Of Duty villain "H" but added: "I audibly gasped a few times when I read the script."
The crowd get audibly more animated as the ball bounces towards the net, and they explode into applause when a Dunston forward heads in the rebound, securing the league title for the Gateshead-based side.
It just makes you a sad bitter old showbiz nightmare" Comedian Jo Brand "With the clock ticking so audibly at the moment, we are approaching a very dangerous cliff edge.
The deputy prime minister gasped audibly and rejected the rumour circulating on social media, when asked to comment by reporters today.
Victoria Snell told how she was strolling home from the cinema and suddenly felt pain, before hearing a bone 'audibly snap.'.
The person holding the smart-phone audibly greets Mercado with "Hi po" (Hi.)
The person holding the smartphone audibly greets Mercado with 'Hi po' (Hi.)
Audibly, it's better than Google Home, the Amazon Echo and the Sonos One.
The bear, which had escaped from a local animal shop, caused chaots among the nearby pedestrians who were audibly shocked to see the animal roaming the streets.