audibly audibly  /ˈɑ dəb li/

Definition(s):

  • (adv) in an audible manner

Usage(s):

  1. Many of the 21,000 audience members audibly choked back tears.
  2. Never mind the mice audibly scurrying around in the dark or the spiders that crawl into their sleeping bags.
  3. Watching Hot Fuzz at a big screening Thursday night, I laughed along with the audibly delighted crowd of film-industry folk.

News

  1. Local Music Review: The Reigns Band

    There’s a craggily handsome quality to Reigns Band frontman Evan Melgaard’s voice—a smoky, weathered tenor, with hints of honey audibly seeping into the cracks of each croupy rasp.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Metro Pulse

  2. Mexico vs. Costa Rica, 2014 World Cup qualifying: Final score 0-0, and Chepo's time might be up

    Mexico will get on a plane to Brazil for the Confederations Cup on Tuesday night, and it's anyone's guess whether or not 'Chepo' Jose Manuel de la Torre will be on that flight. El Tri drew 0-0 with Costa Rica, and at the end of the match, the fans berated the manager and audibly cried out for his firing. The first big chance of the game went to Costa Rica, and served as a bit of a wake-up call ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: SB Nation

Quotes

  1. "You know how to get to work already, but can't always navigate around traffic," said Brian Moody, road test editor for Edmunds.com. "There are broadcast channels where you can listen to the traffic audibly. With this, you can listen to music...
    on May 22, 2008 By: Brian Moody Source: NBC 11.com

  2. "Working with rehearsals.com on the recording of the live tracks on our album really worked out well for us, it allowed us the freedom to play multiple shows, in front of our fans and capture those shows both visually and audibly all in one...
    on Jun 5, 2006 By: Elliot Easton Source: TMCnet

  3. Williams displays some apprehension in the interview clip played here, however, Costello says, "At the end, you had really won her over - she audibly relaxes. You actually did cajole her to vocalize, although she was not known as a singer."
    on Jan 8, 2010 By: Elvis Costello Source: NPR

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