The range within which sound can be heard by the unaided ear; hearing distance: listened until the parade was out of earshot. (noun)
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Use "earshot" in a sentence
"From her indignant retelling, she said that they even commented, in earshot, that she must not be a “proper Chinese”."
"Such as Clayton Williams, the Texas man who was idiotic enough to make the following comment about rape within earshot of a reporter while running for the gubernatorial seat:"
"Torture is something an entire society feels, whether we are within earshot of the screaming or not."