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adjective as in acoustic

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adjective as in audible

adjective as in auditory

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We momentarily revel in the peace until it starts up again or is replaced by the next aural annoyance.

The “Re-re-re” riff they come up with—springing off their nickname for their sister as well as the first syllable of the song’s title—is the perfectly chosen accessory, the aural equivalent of the handbag that completes the look.

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While I haven’t had the opportunity to test out the maximum power of multiples via PartyBoost, pairing with a friend’s JBL Flip 5 took less than a minute and I appreciated the opportunity for aural improvement.

The aural accompaniment to a Wolf Trap stroll is one of several versions of Reid’s real-life soundtrack, whose other editions can be heard in New York’s Central Park, Los Angeles’s Griffith Park and additional sylvan locations.

By keeping conversations and other aural disturbances from traveling and bouncing around the room, these tactics also make it easier for all sorts of students and workers to focus.

But damn, the music is catchy—a neo-soul aural assault of horns, electro swirls, yelps, funky basslines, and harmonized vocals.

If your ears are tired of slick auto-tuned vocals, pick up this disk for an aural detox.

Tonya Jone Miller, who describes herself as an “aural courtesan,” has run the Bay City Blues sex-line for nine years.

How a Dutch social-media star and her strange aural stimuli helped combat my chronic insomnia.

The biggest problem with lifestyle-driven music criticism is that it poisons our aural culture.

The results were not: the nerve was directly stimulated, producing aural and visual hallucinations.

The sense of hearing is extremely acute, and the tympanum is large, although externally there is no aural development.

The aural deformities that fall under the head of stigmata, or have been classed as such, affect all portions of the external ear.

The chief use of an ear probe in aural work was to instil liquids into the ear.

Auricular tubes adapted to be applied to the ears and concealed by the hair, and other forms of aural instruments, were devised.


On this page you'll find 71 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to aural, such as: audile, audio, hearing, auditory, and phonic.

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