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audible
used in The Fountainhead

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Definition
capable of being heard
  • The too innocent, too trifling manner in which he repeated the name, with the faint, contemptuous question mark quite audible at the end, made Keating certain that Toohey knew the name well.
    2.4 — Part 2 Chapter 4 (50% in)
  • She said it quite correctly; there was nothing offensive in the quiet politeness of her voice; but following his high note of enthusiasm, her voice struck a tone that seemed flat and deadly in its indifference—as if the two sounds mingled into an audible counterpoint around the melodic thread of her contempt.
    1.10 — Part 1 Chapter 10 (50% in)
  • She stopped, the word on which she stopped almost audible in her breath.
    2.7 — Part 2 Chapter 7 (98% in)
  • The walls rising in the darkness beyond the open door gave sanction to their rest, gave them the right to lightness, the building on which they had all worked together, the building that was like a low, audible harmony to the sound of their voices.
    2.11 — Part 2 Chapter 11 (92% in)

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