Another word for sound
Free from defect
The quality of something audible
noise, resonance, note, timbre, tone, music, pitch, intonation, accent, tonality, tenor, sonorousness, character, quality, softness, loudness, reverberating, reverberation, sonority, ringing, mournfulness, joyousness, lightness, assonance, amplification, vibration, modulation, sweetness, harshness, discord, consonance, harmony.
Water between an island and the mainland
To make a noise
vibrate, echo, resound, reverberate, give out sound, shout, sing, whisper, murmur, clatter, clank, rattle, blow, blare, bark, ring out, detonate, explode, thunder, emit sound, spread sound, buzz, gabble, rumble, hum, jabber, jangle, jar, whine, crash, bang, reflect, burst, boom, shrill, clitter, ruckle, chatter, creak, clang, crack, crackle, snap, roar, babble, clap, patter, prattle, clink, toot, cackle, clack, thud, slam, smash, blast, thump, snort, shriek, moan, play, quaver, trumpet, croak, caw, quack, squawk.
Another word for soundnoun
The sensation caused by vibrating wave motion that is perceived by the organs of hearing:noise, sonance. See sounds
Range of audibility:earshot, hearing. See sounds
In excellent condition:entire, flawless, good, intact, perfect, unblemished, unbroken, undamaged, unharmed, unhurt, unimpaired, uninjured, unmarred, whole. See thrive
Having good health:fit1, hale, healthful, healthy, hearty, right, well2, whole, wholesome. Idioms: fit as a fiddle, hale and hearty, in fine fettle. See health
Not easily moved or shaken:firm1, secure, solid, stable, strong, sturdy, substantial, sure, unshakable. See continue, strong
Based on good judgment, reasoning, or evidence:cogent, just, solid, tight, valid, well-founded, well-grounded. See good, reason
Capable of being depended upon:dependable, reliable, responsible, solid, trustworthy, trusty. See trust
Possessing, proceeding from, or exhibiting good judgment and prudence:balanced, commonsensible, commonsensical, judicious, levelheaded, prudent, rational, reasonable, sagacious, sage, sane, sapient, sensible, well-founded, well-grounded, wise1. See reason, sane