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murmur

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gossip

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murmur

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rustle

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Synonyms for whisper

a low, indistinct, and often continuous sound

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

to engage in or spread gossip

to tell in confidence

to make a low, continuous, and indistinct sound

Synonyms for whisper

speaking softly without vibration of the vocal cords

a light noise, like the noise of silk clothing or leaves blowing in the wind

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speak softly

References in classic literature ?
And the proof of it was his earnest whisper, "The man told you he hardly dared to give the order.
And in the same whisper, as if we two whenever we talked had to say things to each other which were not fit for the world to hear, he added, "It's very wonderful.
From first to last"--and for the first time there seemed to be a faltering, something strained in his whisper.
Silent Whispers is an instrumental album featuring the piano music of Iranian-American immigrant Kaveh Karandish, enriched with the collaboration of additional world-class musicians.
The patent reveals Apple is looking into improving Siri by allowing her to detect when a user whispers to her, and in return having the voice assistant whisper back.
com)-- The Whispers, who have entertained audiences for more than 50 years with their R&B, disco, jazz and pop hits, will perform at Dover Downs Hotel & Casino's Rollins Center on Friday, April 13 at 9 p.
Etihad Airways i-Volunteers with the children at the Whispers Home>PHOTO COURTESY:ETIHAD Image Credit: An Etihad Airways i-Volunteer takes a 'selfie' with local village children.
Although Whispers of the Wolf is a fictional children's picturebook, it accurately portrays details of Pueblo culture, language, and traditions 500 years ago.
THE Loudest Whisper united people from across Stockton as they took part in the world's largest ever game of Chinese Whispers.
Tenders are invited for Printing and binding of Whispers and Shadows A Naturalist%s Memoir.
The book's premise follows a young enchantress, Gretchen, whose magical gift is that she can hear in her head the whispers of more seasoned witches' spells.
Over 50 percent of the firms covered by whispers are manufacturing high-tech products, developing software, or retailing on the Internet," wrote Michael Dewally in the Marquette study.
It's the old party game where someone whispers a message that is passed on around the room and it turns out something completely different by the time it's received by the last person.
Presenting featured interviews with such writing authorities as Joy Kogwa, Anne Lamott, Kathleen Norris, Paul Schrader, and diverse essays by the others, Shouts And Whispers carries its readers through the ideological and perspective analysis of each contributor's perceptive understanding of the art and task of writing and its intersection with faith and personal belief.
WHISPERS FROM THE WOODS: THE LORE AND MAGIC OF TREES could also have appeared in our New Age section but is featured here for its interest to any studying botany as well.