noun, plural au·di·to·ries. Archaic.
Origin of auditory
Examples from the Web for auditory
Contemporary Examples of auditory
The lawyer claims that Hernandez has suffered from visual as well as auditory hallucinations.Etan Patz: Painfully Obvious Evidence
May 26, 2012
Historical Examples of auditory
Is there any use in inventing epigrams for such an auditory?
Of that I am as certain as one can be of an auditory impression.The Shadow World
Of these the "visual" and the "auditory" are most important.The Story of the Mind
James Mark Baldwin
We wish to extend our enquiries from the auditory to the optic nerve.Fragments of science, V. 1-2
Mr. Cooper said he could not control the feelings of the auditory.A Sketch of the Life of the late Henry Cooper
adjective Also: auditive (ˈɔːdɪtɪv)
Word Origin for auditory
1570s, from Latin auditorius "pertaining to hearing," from auditor "hearer" (see auditor).