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Synonyms for mutter

grumble

Synonyms for mutter

to speak or utter indistinctly, as by lowering the voice or partially closing the mouth

to complain in low indistinct tones

a low indistinct utterance of complaint

Synonyms for mutter

a low continuous indistinct sound

a complaint uttered in a low and indistinct tone

make complaining remarks or noises under one's breath

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Josef Spacek does not possess a tone as magically colourful as that of Mutter and Fischer.
Anne-Sophie Mutter stamped her own interpretation on Dvorak's bittersweet concerto
With Sofia Gubaidulina, Anne-Sophie Mutter, Gidon Kremer.
Marilyn Mutter is one of the first to sign up with her daughter Melanie "We are calling on people to get behind Newcastle Hospice and sign up for this adventure.
John Mutter of Johnstown, Ohio, is a paraplegic who has used a wheelchair to get around ever since a severe car crash over a year ago cost him the use of his legs.
Concern has been expressed about the accuracy of the following statement provided by Mutter, Ande, and Hugo (2010): "Pastoral counselors generally have less training in counseling psychology than professional therapists" (p.
Mutter suggests that lenders might look favorably on a family takeover, as the elimination of dividends would increase cash flow, offsetting the mere $300 millionish cost of the privatization.
EVENT: The Mutter Museum showcases more than a decade of work by contemporary fine-art photographers in an exhibition making its Philadelphia debut, "Extraordinary Bodies: Mutter Museum Photographs.
READING your May articles about the current state of Army Basic Combat Training, I couldn't help but mutter to myself what all old Soldiers always seem to mutter: "Back in my day, basic was really tough.
Next up is the violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter, who as a teenage prodigy, was declared to be the best young musician since the Yehudi Menuhin.
Anne-Sophie Mutter makes her debut at Manchester's Bridgewater Hall.
Some golf coaches, when losing two exceptional players, might mutter to themselves, ``what now,'' or, ``back to the drawing board.
Something is terribly wrong in a church where all that our bishops seem to be able to do is mutter about insubordination to their episcopal authority --at the same time as they themselves are rejecting the authority and witness of the worldwide Anglican church.
The museum was opened in 1863, after Philadelphia physician Thomas Mutter donated his 1,700-item personal museum of bones, plaster casts, medical illustrations and other pathological artifacts to the College of Physicians of Philadelphia.
He would rim it out or run it by,' Then mutter something with a sigh.