sound

Adjective
  • Financially secure and safe (synset 302281076)
  • In good condition
    Free from defect or damage or decay (synset 302282958)
Noun
  • The particular auditory effect produced by a given cause (synset 104988388)
  • The subjective sensation of hearing something (synset 105726201)
  • Mechanical vibrations transmitted by an elastic medium (synset 111501330)
  • The sudden occurrence of an audible event (synset 107385893)
  • The audible part of a transmitted signal (synset 106288789)
  • (phonetics) an individual sound unit of speech without concern as to whether or not it is a phoneme of some language (synset 107125755)
  • A narrow channel of the sea joining two larger bodies of water (synset 109469019)
  • A large ocean inlet or deep bay (synset 109463090)
Adjective
  • Exercising or showing good judgment (synset 301950705)
  • In excellent physical condition (synset 301174757)
  • Logically valid (synset 302509324)
  • Having legal efficacy or force (synset 302508961)
  • Vigorous or severe (synset 302331344)
  • Free from moral defect (synset 302044559)
  • (of sleep) deep and complete (synset 300696469)
  • Complete
    Thorough (synset 300525986)
Verb
  • Appear in a certain way (synset 202139392)
  • Make a certain noise or sound (synset 202180712)
  • Give off a certain sound or sounds (synset 202139513)
  • Announce by means of a sound (synset 202184975)
  • Utter with vibrating vocal chords (synset 200954214)
  • Cause to sound (synset 202183962)
  • Measure the depth of (a body of water) with a sounding line (synset 200492625)

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