Meaning: Capable of being heard; loud enough to be heard; actually heard; as, an audible voice or whisper.
His words were barely audible.
She gave an audible sigh of relief.
There was an audible sigh of relief.
The singer’s voice was just audible.
There followed a barely audible burp.
The Co-lonel’s voice was barely audible.
The sound was tar oft and barely audible.
The shot was clearly audible in the silence.
Her voice was barely audible above the noise.
His voice was unsteady and only just audible.
The signal is clearly audible up to 200 miles away.
In a barely audible monotone, she gave her evidence.
She’d lowered her voice until it was barely audible.
His voice was barely audible above the roar of the crowd.
The noise was audible even above the roar of the engines.
The sounds made by bats are not audible to the human ear.
I think of it as the colour of ripened grain made audible.
Her voice was scarcely audible above the noise of the wind.
Nobody else was even audible in the blue boudoir all around.
There is an audible warning when a certain speed is exceeded.
Exactly; and that is the ineluctable modality of the audible.
A 102 key tactile keyboard has keys that give out an audible click when depressed.
There was a smattering of light applause and a barely audible groan from the back.
The lecturer spoke so quietly that he was scarcely audible at the back of the hall.
There was an audible sigh of relief when the news came through that nobody was hurt.
A shrill whistle could be discerned, audible above the scrape and screech of the music.