a person in whose mind auditory images, rather than visual or motor images, are predominant or unusually distinct.
Origin of audile
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Related Words for audileaudible, aural, auditive, hearing, audio, acoustic, auricular, sound, otic, auditory, phonic
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Historical Examples of audile
The audile phenomena were so frequent and so various, that a conspectus of them is given in an appendix.
So that the "mixed type" is the only real type, the extreme visualist or audile, etc., being exceptional and not typical.Psychology
Robert S. Woodworth
a person who possesses a faculty for auditory imagery that is more distinct than his visual or other imagery
of or relating to such a person
Word Origin for audile
C19: from aud (itory) + -ile
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Relating to hearing; auditory.
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