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audible
used in Catch-22

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Definition
capable of being heard
  • The chaplain's voice floated up to him through the distance tenuously in an unintelligible, almost inaudible monotone, like a gaseous murmur.
    Chapter 24 — Milo (82% in)
  • Actually, he had risen already to ex-corporal, having shot through the ranks shortly after his transfer to Twenty-seventh Air Force Headquarters as a mail clerk and been busted right down to private for making odious audible comparisons about the commissioned officers for whom he worked.
    Chapter 12 — Bologna (29% in)
  • 'Please take it away,' the chaplain pleaded in a voice that was barely audible.
    Chapter 20 — Corporal Whitcomb (94% in)
  • There was the briefest, softest tsst! filtering audibly through the shattering, overwhelming howl of the plane's engines, and then there were just Kid Sampson's two pale, skinny legs, still joined by strings somehow at the bloody truncated hips, standing stock-still on the raft for what seemed a full minute or two before they toppled over backward into the water finally with a faint, echoing splash and turned completely upside down so that only the grotesque toes and the plaster-white...
    Chapter 30 — Dunbar (81% in)
  • All hope that he was mistaken was washed away by the sound of Nately's name emerging with recurring clarity now from the almost inaudible babble of murmuring voices that he was suddenly aware of for the first time.
    Chapter 36 — The Cellar (13% in)

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