Definition of listenable in English:


Syllabification: lis·ten·a·ble
Pronunciation: /ˈlis(ə)nəb(ə)l


Easy or pleasant to listen to.
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  • Though there are glimmers of brilliance, quite frankly, too many of the songs are too mediocre to fulfill the potential of an intimate, listenable live album.
  • But more importantly, the album flows like the Milky Way and ends up being a highly listenable achievement.
  • Definitely more listenable than his past efforts, it stays away from the more experimental tip, yet delves into interesting instrumental movements.



Pronunciation: /ˌlis(ə)nəˈbilitē/
More example sentences
  • But the fact that two of the EP's four unique songs spiral into cacophony at various points reduces the listenability of the EP.
  • I like this a lot more than other people I have spoken to, but it doesn't have the ongoing listenability of its sister album.
  • When asked what he likes about the album, he also mentions the fit of the songs; and it is true that there seems to be a flow contributing to the album's listenability.

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