inaudibility : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the quality of not being perceptible by the ear
- Novelist John Updike's literary voice is low and gentle; he chooses a quiet theme and carefully understates it to the threshold of inaudibility.
- On matters ranging from civil rights to the gas giveaway, Stevenson lowered his voice to the point of inaudibility; the effectiveness of his thrusts against the Administration .
- Last Minister to listen from the gallery was Lord Russell, in 1850, investigating inaudibility complaints.