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Synonyms for mumble

Synonyms for mumble

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

a low, indistinct, and often continuous sound

Synonyms for mumble

a soft indistinct utterance

grind with the gums

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Hansen remembers walking to school, and, after school and doing her chores, playing games such as mumbly peg and over the roof, as well as paper dolls and basketball.
"At London's Heathrow, senior customs officer Seaforth Mumbly retired today after 50 years in the job.
Phiiliip is a twenty-one-year-old Seattleite whose argument with and ambivalence about practically everything gave his debut album, Pet Cancer, last year's most mumbly lyrics.
When addressed directly he answers in mumbly monosyllables and looks at his shoes (which are in dire need of a shine).
We don't eat meals because the dramas we watch are so mumbly I can't hear what they're saying if I'm eating.
I grew up in the suburbs, where everyone hates one another, goes "Debt Collector," a mumbly track that also mentions buying blunt wraps at Cumberland Farms, or "Cumby's," a regional convenience store.
Resembling a bohemian-style dark fairy, in black feathers, ballet pumps, and sporting a Helena Bonham Carter hairstyle, Heap charmed the audience with her mumbly Hugh Grant-type meanderings and stories.
#IN a packed programme tonight, I shall be having a word with a man who goes in for meditation, because he thinks it's better than sitting around doing nothing#AT London's Heathrow, senior customs officer Seaforth Mumbly retired today.
Where before he had epitomized the sensitive, laconic, mumbly poet of youthful despair, he now seemed sarcastic and withholding.
But the winner is Jeremy Clarkson, for his apology after the Mirror showed footage of him using the n-word on Top Gear: "If you listen very carefully with the sound turned right up, it did appear that I'd actually used the word I was trying to obscure" then ended by "begging for your forgiveness." A few days later he said his words were futile because all he was apologising for was "not making my mumble mumbly enough."