inaudibly

[ in-aw-duh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF inaudibly

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“Good-night, Adelaide,” I said, inaudibly; and she loosed my hand.

She muttered something, but inaudibly, and they went on as before.

Insensibly and inaudibly my soul speaks to its own, and prepares it even now.

"He has fooled you," she murmured, inaudibly, before he spoke.

I do, said Aunt Pussy, as inaudibly as a bride at the altar.

Her lips moved, at first inaudibly, but presently in a low murmur.

She freshly sprang to him and again they inaudibly conversed.

And why should he be brought to them, and be looked at strangely and spoken of inaudibly?

A woman stands in my way, he inaudibly muttered with clinched teeth.

"He is always in the air," murmured the Blue Prince, inaudibly.

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