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sound (part of speech: noun)
After the first two or three words, I didn't mind at all, and found myself discussing acoustics,
the difficulty of playing any well- known part without costumes, scenery, etc.
- "My First Years As A Frenchwoman, 1876-1879", Mary King Waddington.
A trick of acoustics?
- "Martyr", Alan Edward Nourse.
Certainly it was as well ventilated a show house as you could hope for, and I found, when the time came, that the acoustics
- "A Minstrel In France", Harry Lauder.