Definitions and Examples of audible, loud, noisy
Learn when and how to use these words with these examples!
Able to be heard; loud enough to be heard.
The teacher's voice was audible even from the back of the classroom.
Producing or capable of producing much noise; easily audible.
The music was so loud that it could be heard from outside the house.
Making a lot of noise; causing a disturbance.
The construction site was very noisy and made it hard to concentrate.
Key Differences: audible vs loud vs noisy
- 1Audible refers to something that can be heard, while nonaudible means something that cannot be heard.
- 2Loud describes a sound that is high in volume, while nonaudible means there is no sound at all.
- 3Noisy describes a sound that is loud and disruptive, while nonaudible means there is no sound at all.
Effective Usage of audible, loud, noisy
- 1Science: Use these antonyms when discussing sound waves and their properties.
- 2Technology: Use these antonyms when describing the volume of audio devices.
- 3Daily Life: Use these antonyms when describing the level of noise in a particular environment.
The antonyms of nonaudible are audible, loud, and noisy. These words describe sounds that can be heard or not heard. Use them in scientific discussions, technology descriptions, and daily life to describe the level of sound or noise in a particular environment.