By the end of the episode, the two shared a short, but sweet kiss, silencing the frustrated fans and making America audibly "aww."
“His tone of voice, too, was audibly less forceful than it normally is,” Givens continued.
Al Gore may have beaten George W. Bush on points in their first debate in 2000, but he audibly sighed.
If the crowd started to audibly sing one of his songs, he would lose track of the vocal and launch into screams of encouragement.
But here the patient moaned and said audibly, "Let us go on."
“Something about a kid asleep,” suggested Padger, also audibly.
It was a shock so unexpected that Mrs. Churchill drew her breath under it audibly, as one does under an actual blow.
His rival (Johnny, as I think of him) does not conduct as yet; at least, not audibly.
The old lady groaned as she saw it, and then said audibly a prayer of thankfulness.
“Ay,” grumbled the lieutenant to himself, but audibly enough for me to hear.