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in an audible manner

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Lucy's heart beat a trifle more audibly to the stethoscope, and her lungs had a perceptible movement.
No need," she whispered hardly audibly, and again made a faint movement.
Without reckoning, monsieur," added Planchet to his master's audibly expressed reflections, "that we perhaps owe our lives to him.
When the honest mint-master weighed his plump daughter against the pine-tree shillings I chuckled audibly at the joke.
David's heart was beating audibly, and if he had had any lips they would have been pale; but his mental activity, instead of being paralysed, was stimulated.
Hetty spoke more audibly now, but still rather tremulously; she thought, perhaps she seemed as stupid to Captain Donnithorne as Luke Britton did to her.
That woman must be the centre of all sorts of passions," she mused audibly.
Her visitor, settled on a small sofa that, with a palm-tree, a screen, a stool, a stand, a bowl of flowers and three photographs in silver frames, had been arranged near the light wood-fire as a choice "corner"--Maud Blessingbourne, her guest, turned audibly, though at intervals neither brief nor regular, the leaves of a book covered in lemon-coloured paper and not yet despoiled of a certain fresh crispness.
He dug his fingers into the sand, threw it over himself in handfuls and audibly blessed it.
At the same time I remember that the poor girl seemed to be yet telling her story audibly and plainly in my hearing, that I could feel her resting on my arm, that the stained house-fronts put on human shapes and looked at me, that great water-gates seemed to be opening and closing in my head or in the air, and that the unreal things were more substantial than the real.
The words surged through my brain again and again, until at last I must have voiced them audibly, for Yersted shook his head.
He could but smile sardonically, and audibly undertake to prove Raffles a false prophet; and though subsequent speakers were less merciful the note was struck, and there was no more bad blood in the debate.
A wild whoop proclaimed the fact, and upright we tore at top speed through the last ten yards of grass, while the black rushed down one of the side paths, gaining audibly on us over the better ground.
HIGGINS [almost audibly, past endurance] God of Heaven
I love Gavrila Ardalionovitch," she said, quickly; but hardly audibly, and with her head bent lower than ever.