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Correct spelling for ACOUSITC
We think the word acousitc is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for acousitc
- Egoistic(Definition of egoistic)
- Acoustics(Definition of acoustics)
- Acrostic(Definition of acrostic)
- Caustic(Definition of caustic)
- Acoustic(Definition of acoustic)
the excellent acoustics, a result of collaboration by architect albert kahn with noted acoustical engineer hugh tallant, are known world-wide and have made the auditorium a favorite venue for legions of famous musicians and other artists, as well as numerous noted speakers.
The latter action, therefore, ranks as human, the former as brutal or "egoistic."
Theatre, 137 ff. ; site of, 137; foundations of, 138 f. ; entrances to, 138, 148; plan of roman, 146 ff. ; plan of greek, 151 ff. ; sounding vessels in, 143 f. ; acoustics of site of, 153 ff.
Psalm 9 and psalm 10 appear to constitute a single acrostic psalm together, but the length assigned to each letter is unequal and five of the 22 letters of the hebrew alphabet are not represented and the sequence of two letters is reversed.
He could not exactly afford to despise an uncompromising spirit in one of his own order, but he was no more impervious than others to miltoun's caustic, thinly-veiled contempt for the commonplace; and having a full-blooded belief in himself--usual with men of fine physique, whose lots are so cast that this belief can never or almost never be really shaken-he greatly disliked the feeling of being a little looked down on.
This was perhaps partly the fault of the building, whose acoustic properties were afterward improved.