sound

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  • It has a high sound and is rather large to hold.
  • We could also take out the songs that didn't sound good.
  • Many of the sounds that would make it into the final release were also included.
  • The blue notes are also an important part of the sound.
  • The sound and the way his friend played captured him.
  • All of the systems discussed in this article are both sound and complete.
  • Regular sound changes proposed for this stage are few and remain open to interpretation.
  • Similar sound laws are required for other languages as well.
  • This release also provides better sound and video quality.
  • In between each song there is a sound of rain.
  • Its task is to provide sound, independent information on the environment.
  • The sounds could therefore be moved around the audience, rather than just across the front stage.
  • Some of these plays were later adapted into silent and sound films.
  • In contrast to her previous records, the album has less of a dance-pop sound.
  • I don't like the idea of any song sounding like any other song.
  • Each type of drum head serves its own musical purpose and has its own unique sound.
  • Sounds such as these are less common in the world's languages.
  • Having a hard background influence, they still maintain a radio-friendly sound that most fans love!
  • Not much is known about what the station sounded like back in the AM days.
  • After five days of playing together it actually sounded really good.
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Meaning of sound

  • noun The particular auditory effect produced by a given cause
    the sound of rain on the roof, the beautiful sound of music
  • noun The subjective sensation of hearing something
    he strained to hear the faint sounds
  • noun Mechanical vibrations transmitted by an elastic medium
    falling trees make a sound in the forest even when no one is there to hear them
  • noun The sudden occurrence of an audible event
    the sound awakened them
  • noun A large ocean inlet or deep bay
    the main body of the sound ran parallel to the coast
  • verb Appear in a certain way
    This sounds interesting
  • verb Make a certain noise or sound
    She went `Mmmmm', The gun went `bang'
  • verb Give off a certain sound or sounds
    This record sounds scratchy
  • verb Announce by means of a sound
    sound the alarm
  • verb Cause to sound
    sound the bell, sound a certain note
  • adjective Financially secure and safe
    sound investments, a sound economy
  • adjective In good condition; free from defect or damage or decay
    a sound timber, the wall is sound, a sound foundation