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Related to inaudibly: undeterred, coming along


Impossible to hear: an inaudible conversation.

in·au′di·bil′i·ty n.
in·au′di·bly adv.
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Adv.1.inaudibly - in an inaudible manner; "she spoke inaudibly low"
audibly - in an audible manner; "he spoke audibly"
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[ɪnˈɔːdəblɪ] ADVde forma or modo inaudible
he spoke almost inaudiblyhabló tan bajo que apenas se le podía oír
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[ɪnˈɔːdəblɪ] adv (speak) → in modo appena percettibile
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(inˈoːdəbl) adjective
not loud or clear enough to be heard. Her voice was inaudible because of the noise.
inˈaudibly adverb
inˌaudiˈbility noun
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References in classic literature ?
Would you like to kiss me?" she whispered almost inaudibly, glancing up at him from under her brows, smiling, and almost crying from excitement.
Not around the inventors of new noise, but around the inventors of new values, doth the world revolve; INAUDIBLY it revolveth.
"You will never hear the tom-tom again," he muttered, but inaudibly of course, for strict silence had been enjoined
Tom was hanging over his Latin grammar, moving his lips inaudibly like a strict but impatient Catholic repeating his tale of paternosters; and Philip, at the other end of the room, was busy with two volumes, with a look of contented diligence that excited Maggie's curiosity; he did not look at all as if he were learning a lesson.
Her head fell limp upon my bosom, and she gasped, almost inaudibly:
Then he drew him along, murmuring almost inaudibly,
Then, when my big mental guns had overturned all opposition, and were growling almost inaudibly away on the horizon of pure speculation, the routed enemy straggled in upon their rear, massed silently into a solid phalanx, and captured me, bag and baggage.
He glanced back with apprehension; his aged follower whispered inaudibly at his ear; the chiefs turned their eyes away in silence, for the old wizard, the man who could command ghosts and send evil spirits against enemies, was speaking low to their ruler.
A man, knee-deep near the towing path, shouted inaudibly to me and pointed.
"Oh gifted architect!" murmured Arthur, inaudibly to all but Lady Muriel and myself.
March, laughing inaudibly at the recollection of Jo's dinner party, for she had met Miss Crocker and heard her account of it.
Magua muttered a few words, inaudibly, between his teeth, before he continued, aloud: