Meaning of inaudibility in English:



See inaudible

‘The Spanish health minister was heckled into inaudibility at the conference's opening ceremony, but that protest took place in a cavernous sports arena and lasted only 10 minutes.’
  • ‘‘Free me… ‘the words were whispered, quiet almost to the point of inaudibility.’’
  • ‘Too many poets, reading aloud, ignore their own linebreaks or chew consonants like gristle or drop into inaudibility at the ends of lines.’
  • ‘The brass and strings are muted, and the music hovers on the edge of inaudibility; there are no dynamic outbursts at all.’
  • ‘The sound didn't fade into inaudibility as it had done the first time.’



/ɪnˌɔːdɪˈbɪlɪti/ /ˌɪnɔːdɪˈbɪlɪti/