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audible
used in Wuthering Heights

6 uses
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Definition
capable of being heard
  • He fixed his eye on me longer than I cared to return the stare, for fear I might be tempted either to box his ears or render my hilarity audible.
    Chapter 2 (57% in)
  • He replied audibly enough, in a fashion which made my companion vociferate, more clamorously than before, that a wide distinction might be drawn between saints like himself and sinners like his master.
    Chapter 9 (71% in)
  • I listened to detect a woman's voice in the house, and filled the interim with wild regrets and dismal anticipations, which, at last, spoke audibly in irrepressible sighing and weeping.
    Chapter 13 (49% in)
  • 'I shall not be at peace,' moaned Catherine, recalled to a sense of physical weakness by the violent, unequal throbbing of her heart, which beat visibly and audibly under this excess of agitation.
    Chapter 15 (52% in)
  • He didn't cast a glance towards my companions, though they were sufficiently near for Linton's sobs to be audible; but hailing me in the almost hearty tone he assumed to none besides, and the sincerity of which I couldn't avoid doubting, he said — 'It is something to see you so near to my house, Nelly.
    Chapter 27 (24% in)
  • He muttered something inaudible.
    Chapter 32 (88% in)

There are no more uses of "audible" in Wuthering Heights.

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