The Word is:”sound”
noun: sound; noun: musical sound; plural noun: musical sounds
1. vibrations that travel through the air or another medium and can be heard when they reach a person’s or animal’s ear.
“light travels faster than sound”
plural noun: sounds
“she heard the sound of voices in the hall”
synonyms: noise, note, din, racket, row, bang, report, hubbub, resonance, reverberation
“she heard the sound of the car driving away”
“we were always within sound of the train whistles”
synonyms: hearing distance, hearing, distance, earshot, range
“the cemetery nestled beneath the cliffs, within sound of the sea”
2. sound produced by continuous and regular vibrations, as opposed to noise
3. music, speech, and sound effects when recorded and used to accompany a film, video, or
“a sound studio”
broadcasting by radio as distinct from television.
the distinctive quality of the music of a particular composer or performer or of the sound produced by a particular instrument.
“the sound of the Beatles”
synonyms: music, tones, note, chord
“the sound of the flute”
plural noun: sounds
“sounds of the Sixties”
4. an idea or impression conveyed by words.
“you’ve had a hard day, by the sound of it”
synonyms: idea, thought, concept, impression, prospect, description
“they do not like the sound of her plans”
verb: sound; 3rd person present: sounds; past tense: sounded; past participle: sounded; gerund or present participle: sounding
1. emit or cause to emit sound.
“a loud buzzer sounded”
ring, chime, peal, toll, ding, clang
“the buzzer sounded”
operate, set off; play, blow, blast, toot, blare; ring, chime, peal, toll, ding, clang;
“engine drivers must sound their whistle”
“a different bell begins to sound midnight”
“pharmaceutical companies are sounding the alarm about counterfeit drugs”
“sound the rhymes clearly”
synonyms: pronounce, verbalize, voice, enunciate, articulate, vocalize, say; rare enounce
“do you sound the ‘h’ in ‘Doha’?”
“the doctor sounded her chest”
2. convey a specified impression when heard.
“he sounded worried”
“it sounds as though you really do believe that”
synonyms: appear to be, appear, look, look to be, look like, seem, seem to be, have the appearance/air of being, give/create the impression of being, strike someone as being, give every indication of being
“it sounds a crazy idea”
give/create the impression that, strike someone that, give every indication that;
informal look like
“you sound as though you really believe that”
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