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audible
used in Great Expectations

5 uses
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Definition capable of being heard
  • This was received as rather neat in the sergeant; insomuch that Mr. Pumblechook cried audibly, "Good again!"
    Chapter 5 (5% in)
  • When I had lain awake a little while, those extraordinary voices with which silence teems began to make themselves audible.
    Chapter XLV (13% in)
  • In his two cabin rooms at the top of the house, which were fresh and airy, and in which Mr. Barley was less audible than below, I found Provis comfortably settled.
    Chapter XLVI (52% in)
  • At the same moment, without giving any audible direction to his crew, he ran the galley abroad of us.
    Chapter 54 (75% in)
  • It was a consequence of his hurt that he spoke so low as to be scarcely audible; therefore he spoke very little.
    Chapter 56 (3% in)

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