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in an inaudible manner


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She was given to laughter and when anything amused her, she laughed inaudibly, quivering and shaking all over till she felt ill.
From a position fronting my own, he had gradually brought round his chair, so as to sit with his face to the door of the chamber; and thus I could but partially perceive his features, although I saw that his lips trembled as if he were murmuring inaudibly.
It thundered some foreign name loudly but inaudibly, and the hotel proprietor moved more sharply towards it than he had done for Flambeau's sherry.
Quale asked Ada and me, not inaudibly, whether he was not a great creature--which he certainly was, flabbily speaking, though Mr.
cautious I said inaudibly, dreaming out the promises of Jacobin
The Prophet, sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam, never instructed us to audibly or inaudibly state intentions for any act of worship, and the Companions, may Allah be pleased with them, did not do this either.
At the window, Miss Pym shares what she sees with Clarissa; outside Mulberry's, the passersby who glimpse through the window of the car share their vision too, the rumors "passing invisibly, inaudibly, like a cloud" (14).
While the sun sets in the mountains, the speaker gives instructions addressed to no one specific, or possibly to himself (with the verbs in the infinitive); he recommends minimizing physical presence by breathing inaudibly and stopping the heartbeat, which could reveal one's presence.
Sometimes he leaves out the noun, as in 'Yang mga human rights ' Sometimes he mutters inaudibly, as if speaking to himself.
Harry Bicket, directing unobtrusively, if often inaudibly, from the harpsichord also demonstrated that not all Baroque music should be treated the same.
For Connor's description of human overhearing applies to the novel's nonhuman percentage as well; this literary form too enables us to move out of the sensory niche provided by our biological bodies, by recording deafeningly loud noises as well as inaudibly soft vibrations, and functions like a switchboard that connects up (or disconnects, reconnects, scrambles) signals from different species, most of which contemporary readers will never hear in real life.
While individuals may inaudibly "mouth" words, in the context of the Black Church, these expressions go largely unnoticed except when executed in tandem with other gestures.
New Delhi, June 07 ( ANI ): South Korean multinational electronics company LG Electronics, has unveiled a Television which drives mosquitoes away invisibly and inaudibly.
It can also transmit data entirely inaudibly to the human ear, the firm claimed.