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aurally

[ awr-uh-lee ]
/ ˈɔr ə li /
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Definition of aurally

adverb
by means of the ears or the sense of hearing:The booming bass and shrieking laughter bombards you aurally, while cigarette smoke and spilled beer assail your olfactory senses.True folk songs are those that have been handed down through families and communities aurally.
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