hum[ huhm ]SEE DEFINITION OF hum
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HUM
"Hum," remarked Uncle Peter, in a tone to be noticed for its extreme dryness.
He heard the hum and clang of an electric car off through a chestnut grove.
I don't quite think myself a lady-killer: by George, my—hum!
The Sunday landscape was very still, save for the hum of busy insect life.
The bystanders did, and a hum of curiosity circled round; who could they be?
Besides; if you are not filial, sir, if you discard that duty, you are at least—hum—not a Christian?
Is it the part of a Christian not to—hum—not to try him again?'
I shall repay the—hum—the advances I have had from you, sir, with peculiar pleasure.
We owe it as a duty to them and to ourselves, from this moment, not to let them—hum—not to let them do anything.'
Which, in principle, I—ha—for all are—hum—equal on these occasions—I consider right.'