audial

Related to audial: ordeal

au·di·al

 (ô′dē-əl)
adj.
Of or relating to the sense of hearing; aural.

audial

(ˈɔːdɪəl)
adj
of or relating to sound and the sense of hearing

au•di•al

(ˈɔ di əl)

adj.
aural 2.
[1965–70]
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It's as formulaic a movie as you're ever likely to see, but it's a thrilling journey nonetheless, and one particularly enjoyable with the visual and audial extravaganza that is IMAX.
After all these, the sculptures exhibited in this exhibition are audial as the sculptures of the last period," Akay further elaborates.
Just as with the opening scene, however, in these there is a friction between the visual and audial components.
Within a decade of McKenzie's lectures, the worldwide web had emerged and Jerome McGann was calling for "Hypermedia editions that incorporate audial and/or visual elements .
By simply reacting to audial or vibrational signals delivered through their mobile device, the golfer can begin the backswing, start the downswing, and make impact with the golf ball at precisely the correct tempo and timing.
Long live bleak aggression, crushing rage, and audial warfare.
The sound of a chugging train that we hear over the images throughout is not only fitting accompaniment; it also serves as an audial metaphor for the driving engine of Gehr's work and for the relentless advance of technology itself.
Soweto had always envisaged his most recent CD's transformation to staged work, but it still took considerable adjustment to move it from an audial, repeatable, experience to a live performance which must convey its meaning in one go.
Soweto had always envisaged his most recent CD transformed into staged work, but it still took considerable adjustment to move it from an audial, repeatable, experience to a live performance which must convey its meaning in one go.
There are cases when people might be suffering from a more serious condition, resulting in visual or audial hallucinations and therefore would need to seek the help of a professional clinical psychologist.
What we find exciting are the intersections between scholars of new literacy studies and researchers who are working in the field of multimodality (Jewitt & Kress, 2003; Kress & Van Leeuwen, 2001; Pahl & Rowsell, 2005), particularly those who are interested in the role that semiotics and sign systems may play in light of the growing visual and audial "texts" in a digital age that have reported that "fully 95% of all teens ages 12-17 are now online and 80% of those online teens are users of social media sites" (Lenhart et al.
25 column ("Laughter and other sweet sounds"), my mind, my ears and my psyche are filled with the delightful sounds of laughter, the ocean, rivers, rain on the roof and a train in the distance, among other audial treats.