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Definition of "inaudibly" [inaudibly]

  • In a manner which is not capable of being heard or not loud enough to be heard. (adverb)

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Use "inaudibly" in a sentence
  • "Where's my wife? he muttered almost inaudibly, his face buried in the pillow as she cleaned his waste from underneath him."
  • "It was as though she were asking me, inaudibly, “Feeling a bit jealous, kid?”"
  • "There's an onstage jazz trio Peter Erskine, John Parricelli and John Paul Jones, no less who appear briefly and mostly inaudibly in a single short scene."
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