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    1. the sensation produced by stimulation of the organs of hearing by vibrations transmitted through the air or other medium.
    2. mechanical vibrations transmitted through an elastic medium, traveling in air at a speed of approximately 1087 ft. per second at sea level.
    3. the particular auditory effect produced by a given cause: the sound of music.
    4. any auditory effect; any audible vibrational disturbance: all kinds of sounds.
    5. a noise, vocal utterance, musical tone, or the like: the sounds from the next room.
    6. a distinctive, characteristic, or recognizable musical style, as from a particular performer, orchestra, or type of arrangement: the big-band sound.
    7. Phonet.
    a. See speech sound.
    b. the audible result of an utterance or portion of an utterance: the s-sound in “slight”; the sound of m in “mere.”
    8. the auditory effect of sound waves as transmitted or recorded by a particular system of sound reproduction: the sound of a stereophonic recording.
    9. the quality of an event, letter, etc., as it affects a person: This report has a bad sound.
    10. the distance within which the noise of something may be heard.
    11. mere noise, without meaning: all sound and fury.
    12. Archaic.a report or rumor; news; tidings
    sound, any disturbance that travels through an elastic medium such as air, ground, or water to be heard by the human ear. When a body vibrates, or moves back and forth , the oscillation causes a periodic disturbance of the surrounding air or other medium that radiates outward in straight lines in the form of a pressure wave. The effect these waves produce upon the ear is perceived as sound. From the point of view of physics, sound is considered to be the waves of vibratory motion themselves, whether or not they are heard by the human ear.


    1. a secondary or high school, esp. a private one.
    2. a school or college for special instruction or training in a subject: a military academy.
    3. an association or institution for the advancement of art, literature, or science: the National Academy of Arts and Letters.
    4. a group of authorities and leaders in a field of scholarship, art, etc., who are often permitted to dictate standards, prescribe methods, and criticize new ideas.

    Academy, school founded by Plato near Athens c.387 B.C. It took its name from the garden in which it was located. Plato''s followers met there for nine centuries until, along with other pagan schools, it was closed by Emperor Justinian in A.D. 529. The Academy has come to mean the entire school of Platonic philosophy, covering the period from Plato through Neoplatonism under Proclus. During this period Platonic philosophy was modified in various ways. These have been frequently divided into three phases: the Old Academy of Plato, Speusippus, and Xenocrates; the Middle Academy of Arcesilaus and Carneades, who introduced and maintained skepticism as being more faithful to Plato and Socrates; and the New Academy of Philo of Larissa, who, with subsequent leaders, returned to the dogmatism of the Old Academy.

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