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To other men that exceedingly faint sound would have been as inaudible as silence itself; but to Bell it was a thunder-clap.
Many of this strange company wore foolscaps, and had little bells appended to their garments, tinkling with a silvery sound, responsive to the inaudible music of their gleesome spirits.
His speech was followed by an uproar of applause, as its patriotism and self-devotion unquestionably deserved; and the shouts and clapping of hands would have been greatly prolonged, had they not been rendered quite inaudible by a deep respiration, vulgarly called a snore, from the sleeping Hercules.
Miss Henley raised her tearful eyes from the floor to his wan features, that now appeared illumined with more than human fires, and her pale lips quivered, but her voice was inaudible.
was he coming in person to solve the problem hardly proposed in inaudible thought?
I know the creatur’,” said Natty, “but he’ll not trust himself within the reach of my rifle very soon——” What more was uttered by the Leather-Stocking, in his vexation, was rendered inaudible by the closing of the door of the cabin.
Her lips made an inaudible movement and his own uttered a deep imprecation.
A conversation was sustained, in which, as it seemed, the hidden monster bore a part, though unintelligibly to the listeners, and inaudible except in a hiss.
I could see now and then that he was speaking, but he was inaudible.
Professor Murray will, I am sure, excuse me if I say that he has the common fault of most Englishmen of being inaudible.
I am rather a convert to the cockney school of psychology," he said in an almost inaudible voice.
Once more a few sentences were inaudible, but they could hear him say: "To my friends--I myself should always prefer weapons purely intellectual, and to these an evolved humanity will certainly confine itself.