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audible -- as in: barely audible
Used In
Lord of the Flies
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  • The chant was audible but at that distance still wordless.
  • Now the antagonism was audible.
  • Yet as the words became audible, the procession reached the steepest part of the mountain, and in a minute or two the chant had died away.
  • Ralph took an uncertain step, pointed to a palm tree, and whispered something inaudible to Piggy; and they both giggled like Sam.
  • Simon’s mouth labored, brought forth audible words.
  • Dark figures drew themselves out of the wreckage and flitted away, till the screams of the littluns and Piggy’s gasps were once more audible.
  • His first words were a gasp, but audible.
  • The line of phosphorescence bulged about the sand grains and little pebbles; it held them each in a dimple of tension, then suddenly accepted them with an inaudible syllable and moved on.

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  • She spoke in a barely audible whisper.
  • It was so quiet, our breathing was the only thing audible in the room.

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