Mrs. Merton had undertaken the duties that appertain to the "hissing urn."
He paced the chamber like a beast in a cage, hissing out the words in his anger.
Her hissing and sucking might have been a living gasp for breath.
Then he flew up from the book with a hissing sound, like a radiant streak.
In a moment the door was closed behind him, air was hissing into the lock again.
And suddenly in her voice there was a sharp, hissing catch, and she stopped short.
His voice, as he leaned toward us, was no more than a hissing whisper.
There was a hissing yet guttural sound, human in quality, yet horrible to her ears.
When Ralph pressed it, there was humming and hissing in the court.
It moaned around the house, then licked it with hissing tongues.