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audible
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

4 uses
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Definition
capable of being heard
  • Jem's lips moved, but his, "Yes sir," was inaudible.
    p. 138.5
inaudible = not capable of being heard

(Editor's note:  The prefix "in-" in inaudible means not and reverses the meaning of audible. This is the same pattern you see in words like invisible, incomplete, and insecure.)
  • Atticus said something inaudible.
    p. 194.8
  • inaudible = not capable of being heard

    (Editor's note:  The prefix "in-" in inaudible means not and reverses the meaning of audible. This is the same pattern you see in words like invisible, incomplete, and insecure.)
  • There will be no more audibly obscene speculations on any subject from anybody in this courtroom as long as I'm sitting here.
    p. 230.5
  • audibly = capable of being heard
  • When Mr. Tate spoke again his voice was barely audible.
    p. 368.4
audible = capable of being heard
There are no more uses of "audible" in To Kill a Mockingbird.

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