The quality of being heard or understood; the degree to which a thing is audible.(noun)
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Use "audibility" in a sentence
"Certainly not ghastly Bartoli with her thin, quivering sound and facial contortions, and definitely not Gilfry with his tight baritone pushed beyond the bounds of vocal beauty for the sake of (near) audibility."
"This was all on the pretext that he had to check the audibility and balance of the orchestra."
"A piercing, glitch-like mechanical sound drifts in and out of audibility."