auditory

[ aw-di-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee- ]SEE DEFINITION OF auditory
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Is there any use in inventing epigrams for such an auditory?

Of that I am as certain as one can be of an auditory impression.

Of these the "visual" and the "auditory" are most important.

We wish to extend our enquiries from the auditory to the optic nerve.

Mr. Cooper said he could not control the feelings of the auditory.

This centre in my opinion is, unquestionably, the seat of the auditory function.

No; I read in the indignant looks of my auditory their high-souled answers.

The bulk of the auditory were tenants or retainers of the justices.

(b) Auditory sensations.I do not speak of sonorous phenomena.

Auditory hallucinations, on the contrary, have greater precision.

WORD ORIGIN

1570s, from Latin auditorius "pertaining to hearing," from auditor "hearer" (see auditor).

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR AUDITORY

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