Definition of Audibleness

1. Noun. Quality or fact or degree of being audible or perceptible by the ear.

Exact synonyms: Audibility
Generic synonyms: Perceptibility
Attributes: Audible, Hearable, Inaudible, Unhearable
Derivative terms: Audible, Audible
Antonyms: Inaudibility



Definition of Audibleness

1. n. The quality of being audible.

Definition of Audibleness

1. Noun. The state or quality of being audible. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Audibleness

audacious
audaciously
audaciousness
audaciousnesses
audacities
audacity
audad
audads
audax
audi alteram partem
audial
audibilities
audibility
audible
audibled
audibleness (current term)
audibles
audibling
audibly
audience
audience left
audience right
audienceless
audiences
audient
audients
audile
audiles
auding
audings

Literary usage of Audibleness

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1. A History of Hindu Chemistry from the Earliest Times to the Middle of the by Praphulla Candra Rāy (1903)
"Air, which is endowed with the properties of audibleness and tangibility, ... Fire, which is invested with properties of audibleness, tangibility and colour ..."

2. Miscellaneous Essays by Henry Thomas Colebrooke, Edward Byles Cowell (1873)
"occupying space : it has the property of audibleness, being the vehicle ... Air, which is endued with the properties of audibleness and tangibility, ..."

3. Essays on the Religion and Philosophy of the Hindus by Henry Thomas Colebrooke (1858)
"Fire, which is invested with properties of audibleness, tangibility, and colour; ... Earth, which unites the properties of audibleness, tangibility, colour, ..."

4. Chambers's Encyclopædia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People by Ephraim Chambers (1870)
"... space or ether, which has the property of audibleness, is the vehicle of sound, ... »ir, which has the properties of audibleness and tangibility, ..."

5. India, and India Missions: Including Sketches of the Gigantic System of by Alexander Duff (1839)
"Ether has " the property of audibleness ; being the vehicle of sound." Air is " endued with the properties of audibleness and tangibility ; being sensible ..."

6. Literary Remains of the Late Professor Theodore Goldstücker. by Goldstuecker, Theodor (1879)
"... space or ether, which has the property of audibleness, is the vehicle of sound, ... of audibleness and tangibility, is sensible to hearing and touch, ..."

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