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Things audible often describes (“audible ________”)
voice, sound, range, sigh, sounds, signal, whisper, tone, click, alarm, signals, words, noise, tones, gasp, frequencies, speech, expression, breath, murmur, alarms, snap, frequency, prayer, warning, word, response, friction, spectrum, groan, note, voices, reply, pop, bruit, signs, answer, waves, comments, clicks, vibrations, breathing, comment, crack, wheezing, hum, language, sign, music, laughter, hiss, indication, silence, remarks, grunt, thud, protest, device, beep, noises, expressions, devices, feedback, beats, intake, angle, utterance, distortion, output, difference, cry, conversation, responses, pitch, wheeze, emission, prayers, titter, reading, release, symbols, vibration, laugh, chuckle, moan

Descriptive words:
scarce, only, sound, french, first, best, current, last, highest, least, more, general, long, unimaginable, magic, most, minimum, soft

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Book See audible used in context: 13 rhymes, several books and articles.

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