|not given a hearing, not heard, not heard; unknown; not given an audience||unheard|
|(of sound) silenced, diminished by the presence of insulating material; wrapped in a cloak, covered, not heard clearly, wrapped to stifle sound||muffled|
|(Psychology) pertaining to synaesthesia, pertaining to stimulation of one sense which triggers a reaction in another sense (i.e. seeing a particular color upon hearing a certain melody)||synaesthetic|
|26th letter of English alphabet, 26th letter of the alphabet; unknown, variable (Mathematics), a Cartesian coordinate along the z-axis, an algebraic variable||z|
|a great deal, a little, approximately, to a certain degree; somewhat (Informal); very, considerably (Informal), being an unknown or unspecified amount, undetermined, approximate; being unnamed; impressive, remarkable (Informal), particular but unspecif...||some|
|A method of approximating price or yield which is unknown by using numbers which are known.||Interpolation|
|a trademark for a movie sound effect system emitting low-frequency sound signals that are felt by the audience as vibrations||Sensurround|
|abandoned baby, infant or child who has been deserted; child of unknown parentage||foundling|
|ability to appreciate something, any of the five faculties of perception (sight, hearing, touch, smell, taste); feeling, sensation; recognition, awareness; impression; intelligence; something that is reasonable; significance, meaning; purpose, point; m...||sense|
|ability to captivate audience, area within sight or earshot, attendance, state of being at hand; outward appearance, air, demeanor, being present, impressive person, invisible supposed supernatural being, person present, personal dignity, stationing of...||presence|
|ability to tell sounds apart, attention, ear shape, ear tuft, external part of hearing organ, form ears, invertebrate sensory organ similar to an ear, organ of hearing, part of the body used for hearing; ability to differentiate between musical tones; ...||ear|
|able to hear sounds that cannot be heard by others (i.e. the voices of the dead)||clairaudient|
|abnormal sensation, imaginary sensation, skin sensation with unknown cause||paresthesia|
|abnormally high blood pressure (chronic condition whose cause is unknown)||hyperpiesia|
|abnormally high blood pressure (chronic condition whose cause is unknown)||hyperpiesis|
|about which little is known, difficult to understand, full of mystery, having to do with something that is unknown or not understood, enigmatic, pertaining to a mystery, unexplainable, puzzling, strange||mysterious|
|achieve sex with somebody, amount to, appoint, arrange for use, be in time for, be included in, brand, bring about, build or appearance, cause somebody to act, cause sound to be heard, cause to exist for reason, cause to succeed, change somebody or som...||make|
|acquaint with somebody else, bring in new species, bring in something new, cause to experience something new, give audience foretaste, insert, preface with something else, present for the first time; acquaint one person with another; bring to the notic...||introduce|
|act of doing something in order to win applause from the audience (often used about politicians giving speeches)||grandstanding|
|act of hearing, make conscious effort to hear, pay attention, try to hear something; pay careful attention to one who is speaking; obey, heed||listen|
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