noun, plural au·di·to·ries.Archaic.
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Origin of auditory
OTHER WORDS FROM auditoryau·di·to·ri·ly, au·di·to·ri·al·ly, adverbpost·au·di·to·ry, adjectivepre·au·di·to·ry, adjective
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Visual and auditory information go there by a more circuitous route.Aromas can evoke beloved journeys — or voyages not yet taken|Jen Rose Smith|February 11, 2021|Washington Post
In auditory research, we know you can synchronize your brain with any kind of stimulus.
If the neural network accurately modeled the human auditory system, then the metamers should sound the same, too.Deep Neural Networks Help to Explain Living Brains|Anil Ananthaswamy|October 28, 2020|Quanta Magazine
Your Voice Tweets should establish an auditory identity while staying consistent with your brand’s style and personality.Top five tips to use Twitter’s new Voice Tweets feature|David Ciccarelli|August 25, 2020|Search Engine Watch
The lawyer claims that Hernandez has suffered from visual as well as auditory hallucinations.
As they walked up a path toward West End Avenue, I mustered the courage to move a few feet closer, within auditory range.
It has no external ears, but only auditory passages concealed under the hair.Buffon's Natural History. Volume IX (of 10)|Georges Louis Leclerc de Buffon
As the auditory bullae become more inflated, the index increases toward 100.
The diagnostic characters were the length and breadth of the rostrum and the relatively great inflation of the auditory bullae.
Acoustic, a-kowst′ik, adj. pertaining to the sense of hearing or to the theory of sounds: used in hearing, auditory.
The body may be compared to a harp of two chords,—the optic nerve and the auditory nerve.Mysterious Psychic Forces|Camille Flammarion