anechoic

adjective
an·echo·ic | \ˌa-ni-ˈkō-ik \

Definition of anechoic 

: free from echoes and reverberations an anechoic chamber

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Although effective as late as 2017 the Navy was having trouble with its anechoic coatings sloughing off at sea. Kyle Mizokami, Popular Mechanics, "Navy Testing Superhydrophobic Hull Coatings For Submarines," 5 July 2018 To stand inside an anechoic chamber is to be sonically isolated from the outside world. Robbie Gonzalez, WIRED, "What It Takes to Be an Expert Human Echolocator," 31 Aug. 2017

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First Known Use of anechoic

1946, in the meaning defined above

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