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What is another word for sound?

Need synonyms for sound? Here's a list of similar words from our thesaurus that you can use instead.

Adjective
Sturdy and stable in nature
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“It is a very sound building that has held up well despite the elements.”
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Based on reason or good judgment
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“I try to believe that there is a sound reason for making the design choices we do.”
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Analytically correct or accurate
“Most also agreed that the initial analysis was sound, well-structured, and comprehensive.”
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Competent or reliable in nature
“A sound knowledge of the laws of tennis is a definite prerequisite for becoming a ball boy.”
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In good health
“I finally arrived home, safe and sound.”
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(of finances) Financially secure or stable
“I have to commend your business on its sound finances.”
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(of sleep) Deep and undisturbed in nature
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“After a laborious day, I was exhausted and fell into a sound sleep.”
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(of a defeat or beating) Severe or thorough in nature
“The team was unprepared and suffered a sound defeat.”
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Having a valid reason
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Characterized by being complete or unbroken
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Indisputable, beyond doubt
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Strengthened or made secure against attack
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Recognized as being reliable or accurate
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Worthy of being recommended
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Real and exactly what it appears to be
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Excellent or splendid
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Having a good reputation and well respected
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Constructed so as to prevent the passage of water, air, etc.
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Pleasant and satisfactory, especially to the mind or senses
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Suitable or moderately good
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Significant in degree or intensity
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Meeting standards for safe flight
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Of considerable importance or worth
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Not able or likely to cause harm
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Sleeping
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Tending, or likely, to generate financial profits
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Strict or harsh in the treatment of others
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Of, or relating to hearing, or to the sense or organs of hearing
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Vigorous, enthusiastic, and without compromise
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Beneficial to one's health
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Able or fit to be sold or marketed
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Giving good value or return in relation to the money, time, or effort expended
Noun
That which is heard by one's ears
“The shadow quickly disappeared, and the faint sound of fleeing footsteps could be heard.”
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A narrow stretch of water forming an inlet or connecting two wider areas of water
“Captains of foreign ships don't know the topography of the sound like an experienced local.”
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The distinctive quality of the music of a particular composer, performer or instrument
“The band's new album has roughly the same sound as most of their music thus far.”
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An idea or impression conveyed by words
“By the sound of it, the company appears to have simply run out of cash.”
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The area or distance within which something can be heard
“Withers owns property within sound of that site.”
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A loud and typically discordant noise or sound
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A sudden loud, sharp noise
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The modulation of intonation or pitch in the voice
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A melodious ringing sound produced by striking a set of chimes
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A low droning or rumbling sound
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The sound of a piece of music
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The physical quality of a space for performing music
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Background music
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An artificially created or enhanced sound, used to accompany the action of a dramatic production, such as a film, play or video game
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A typical or natural sound made by a given species
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Language as a system rather than language in use, including the formal rules, structures, and limitations of language
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The action or sound of laughing
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A pronunciation of letters and syllables which is pleasing to the ear
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A shout or howl, typically expressing excitement or scorn
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Speaking or singing
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The sound made by a footstep
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A soft, muffled crackling sound
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A word or phrase used to describe a thing or to express a concept
Verb
To emit or cause to emit sound
“I was praying for the next buzzer to sound so that I would be able to leave.”
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To outwardly look or be perceived as
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“Corey bugged his eyes out and tried hard to sound like he really believed what he was saying.”
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To declare loudly, openly or publicly