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Meanings of Soundest:

adjective

In good condition; not damaged, injured, or diseased.

Usage examples:

They returned safe and sound
noun

Vibrations that travel through the air or another medium and can be heard when they reach a person's or animal's ear.

Usage examples:

Light travels faster than sound
verb

Emit or cause to emit sound.

Usage examples:

A loud buzzer sounded
adverb

Soundly.

Usage examples:

He was sound asleep

Meanings of Soundings:

noun

The action of measuring the depth of a body of water.

Meanings of Soundless:

adjective

Making no sound; silent.

Usage examples:

Nancy's footsteps were soundless on the carpeted floor

Soundlessly

ˈsaʊnd.ləs.li

Meanings of Soundlessly:

adverb

Without making a sound

Usage examples:

Soundlessly, he crept into the hallway, down the stairs, and to the front door., when he opened his…

Meanings of Soundly:

adverb

In a way that is secure and reliable.

Usage examples:

Their houses were soundly built

Meanings of Soundness:

noun

The state of being in good condition; robustness.

Usage examples:

Mental and physical soundness

Soundproof

ˈsaʊn(d)pruːf

Meanings of Soundproof:

adjective

Preventing, or constructed of material that prevents, the passage of sound.

Usage examples:

A sheet of soundproof glass
verb

Make (a room or building) resistant to the passage of sound.

Usage examples:

The rehearsal room's well soundproofed

Soundproofed

ˈsaʊnd.pruːf

Meanings of Soundproofed:

verb

Make (a room or building) resistant to the passage of sound.

Usage examples:

The rehearsal room's well soundproofed
adjective

Preventing, or constructed of material that prevents, the passage of sound.

Usage examples:

A sheet of soundproof glass

Soundproofing

ˈsaʊn(d)pruːf

Meanings of Soundproofing:

verb

Make (a room or building) resistant to the passage of sound.

Usage examples:

The rehearsal room's well soundproofed

Soundproofs

ˈsaʊnd.pruːf

Meanings of Soundproofs:

verb

Make (a room or building) resistant to the passage of sound.

Usage examples:

The rehearsal room's well soundproofed
adjective

Preventing, or constructed of material that prevents, the passage of sound.

Usage examples:

A sheet of soundproof glass

Sounds

saʊnd

Meanings of Sounds:

noun

Vibrations that travel through the air or another medium and can be heard when they reach a person's or animal's ear.

Usage examples:

Light travels faster than sound
verb

Emit or cause to emit sound.

Usage examples:

A loud buzzer sounded
adjective

In good condition; not damaged, injured, or diseased.

Usage examples:

They returned safe and sound
adverb

Soundly.

Usage examples:

He was sound asleep

Soundscape

ˈsaʊnd.skeɪp

Meanings of Soundscape:

noun

A piece of music considered in terms of its component sounds.

Usage examples:

His lush keyboard soundscapes

Soundtrack

ˈsaʊnd.træk

Meanings of Soundtrack:

noun

A recording of the musical accompaniment of a film.

Usage examples:

So we have to have a musical soundtrack to sport now in the same way we need a musical soundtrack t…
verb

Provide (a film) with a soundtrack.

Usage examples:

It is soundtracked by the great ennio morricone

Soundtracks

ˈsaʊn(d)trak

Meanings of Soundtracks:

noun

A recording of the musical accompaniment of a film.

Usage examples:

So we have to have a musical soundtrack to sport now in the same way we need a musical soundtrack t…
verb

Provide (a film) with a soundtrack.

Usage examples:

It is soundtracked by the great ennio morricone

Soup

suːp

Meanings of Soup:

noun

A liquid dish, typically savoury and made by boiling meat, fish, or vegetables etc. in stock or water.

Usage examples:

A bowl of tomato soup
verb

Increase the power and efficiency of an engine or other machine.

Usage examples:

Souping up an engine's power can increase pollutants

Meanings of Soup bowl:

noun

A bowl for serving soup

Soupcon

ˈsuːp.sɒ̃

Meanings of Soupcon:

noun

A very small quantity of something.

Usage examples:

A soupçon of mustard

Soupcons

ˈsuːpsɒn

Meanings of Soupcons:

noun

A very small quantity of something.

Usage examples:

A soupçon of mustard

Meanings of Souped:

verb

Increase the power and efficiency of an engine or other machine.

Usage examples:

Souping up an engine's power can increase pollutants
noun

A liquid dish, typically savoury and made by boiling meat, fish, or vegetables etc. in stock or water.

Usage examples:

A bowl of tomato soup
adjective

(of a vehicle or machine) made to go faster or be more powerful

Usage examples:

A souped-up motorcycle

Souper

ˌpiːˈsuː.pər

Meanings of Souper:

noun

A very thick fog

Soupier

ˈsuː.pi

Meanings of Soupier:

adjective

Having the appearance or consistency of soup.

Usage examples:

A soupy stew

Soupiest

ˈsuː.pi

Meanings of Soupiest:

adjective

Having the appearance or consistency of soup.

Usage examples:

A soupy stew

Meanings of Souping:

verb

Increase the power and efficiency of an engine or other machine.

Usage examples:

Souping up an engine's power can increase pollutants
noun

A liquid dish, typically savoury and made by boiling meat, fish, or vegetables etc. in stock or water.

Usage examples:

A bowl of tomato soup
phrasal verb

To make mechanical changes to something, esp. a vehicle, in order to make it unusually powerful

Usage examples:

He souped it up so that it could go at speeds of over 150 mph.

Meanings of Souple:

adjective

Especially in "souple silk". designating silk from which only a portion of the gummy sericin component has been removed and which is less soft and lustrous than silk which is free of sericin.

Soups

suːp

Meanings of Soups:

noun

A liquid dish, typically savoury and made by boiling meat, fish, or vegetables etc. in stock or water.

Usage examples:

A bowl of tomato soup
verb

Increase the power and efficiency of an engine or other machine.

Usage examples:

Souping up an engine's power can increase pollutants

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