Definition of audile in English:

audile

Line breaks: aud¦ile
Pronunciation: /ˈɔːdʌɪl
 
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adjective

Another term for auditory.
More example sentences
  • In Ramus this progression is not as prominent and we find a more clear-cut distinction between the visile and audile worlds.
  • A smiling Shawn Endirgo made his way down the stairs, the click of his cane echoing on each step he took, like an audile marker.

Origin

late 19th century: formed irregularly from Latin audire 'hear', on the pattern of tactile.

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