inaudible


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Related to inaudible: aloof, ebullience

in·au·di·ble

 (ĭn-ô′də-bəl)
adj.
Impossible to hear: an inaudible conversation.

in·au′di·bil′i·ty n.
in·au′di·bly adv.

inaudible

(ɪnˈɔːdəbəl)
adj
not loud enough to be heard; not audible
inˌaudiˈbility, inˈaudibleness n
inˈaudibly adv

in•au•di•ble

(ɪnˈɔ də bəl)

adj.
not audible.
[1595–1605]
in•au`di•bil′i•ty, in•au′di•ble•ness, n.
in•au′di•bly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.inaudible - impossible to hearinaudible - impossible to hear; imperceptible by the ear; "an inaudible conversation"
imperceptible, unperceivable - impossible or difficult to perceive by the mind or senses; "an imperceptible drop in temperature"; "an imperceptible nod"; "color is unperceivable to the touch"
quiet - free of noise or uproar; or making little if any sound; "a quiet audience at the concert"; "the room was dark and quiet"
audible, hearable - heard or perceptible by the ear; "he spoke in an audible whisper"

inaudible

adjective indistinct, low, stifled, mumbling, unheard, out of earshot His voice was almost inaudible.
clear, distinct, audible, discernible, perceptible
Translations
غَيْر مَسْموع
neslyšitelný
uhørlig
nem hallható
óheyranlegur
negirdimasnegirdimumasvos girdimai
nedzirdams
nepočuteľný
duyulamaz

inaudible

[ɪnˈɔːdəbl] ADJinaudible
he was almost inaudibleapenas se le podía oír

inaudible

[ɪnˈɔːdɪbəl] adjinaudible

inaudible

adj, inaudibly
advunhörbar (to für)

inaudible

[ɪnˈɔːdəbl] adjappena percettibile

inaudible

(inˈoːdəbl) adjective
not loud or clear enough to be heard. Her voice was inaudible because of the noise.
inˈaudibly adverb
inˌaudiˈbility noun
References in classic literature ?
AFTER waiting many a weary day to revenge himself upon a Lion for some unconsidered manifestation of contempt, a Skunk finally saw him coming, and posting himself in the path ahead uttered the inaudible discord of his race.
Inaudible the creaking joints of her stiffened knees, as she knelt down by the bedside.
Augustine, a hundred and fifty miles to the south, was inaudible two miles to the north in a still atmosphere.
She smiled upon the throng as if in acknowledgment of a warm welcome, and began to walk to and fro, making profuse gesticulations and singing, in brazen soprano tones, a song, the words of which were inaudible.
The spoken words that are inaudible among the flying spindles; those same words are plainly heard without the walls, bursting from the opened casements.
The tact and skill which suffice to avert a Woman's sting are unequal to the task of stopping a Woman's mouth; and as the wife has absolutely nothing to say, and absolutely no constraint of wit, sense, or conscience to prevent her from saying it, not a few cynics have been found to aver that they prefer the danger of the death-dealing but inaudible sting to the safe sonorousness of a Woman's other end.
Miss Henley raised her tearful eyes from the floor to his wan features, that now appeared illumined with more than human fires, and her pale lips quivered, but her voice was inaudible.
When Michael would have gone forward, the man withstrained him with the same inarticulate, almost inaudible kiss.
Once when we left him unpaid, with egregious excuses, I looked back and saw him shaking with inaudible laughter behind his film.
With inaudible steps she went quickly to the sick man's bedside, and going up so that he had not to turn his head, she immediately clasped in her fresh young hand the skeleton of his huge hand, pressed it, and began speaking with that soft eagerness, sympathetic and not jarring, which is peculiar to women.
Professor Murray will, I am sure, excuse me if I say that he has the common fault of most Englishmen of being inaudible.
When inside he speaks in so low a voice as to be perfectly inaudible, and has to say it all over again.