audition[ aw-dish-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF audition
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AUDITION
Experiments lead me to believe that these are organs of audition.
The science of audition and sound; that branch of physics which treats of their cause, nature, and phenomena.
Audition is cognition of principles, conversant about all articulate sounds.
She was not a baby-farm after all, and the audition of these squalling nurslings vexed her.
If you're going to audition for the stars, cut down the volume!
Inasmuch as this soon stops, the abnormality and incorrectness of their audition is hard to establish.
During his stay at the Htel Rossiya he arranged an audition of his newly composed sextet.
Abraham talked on, rather for the pleasure of utterance than for audition, so that his sister's abstraction was of no account.
He had just conducted the first audition of his new symphony—the Pathetic—in St. Petersburg.
The greater the surface by a given heating effect in the arc, the higher the limit of audition.