Thesaurus / inaudibly

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Some said their prayers, while others cursed the Yankees inaudibly, of course.
HISTORY OF KERSHAW'S BRIGADED. AUGUSTUS DICKERT
Insensibly and inaudibly my soul speaks to its own, and prepares it even now.
ZANONIEDWARD BULWER LYTTON
“Good-night, Adelaide,” I said, inaudibly; and she loosed my hand.
THE FIRST VIOLINJESSIE FOTHERGILL
A woman stands in my way, he inaudibly muttered with clinched teeth.
AN OREGON GIRLALFRED ERNEST RICE
The restless lips twitched constantly, mumbling fresh treason, inaudibly.
THE BACKWASH OF WARELLEN N. LA MOTTE
And "Harriet" looked straight into his eyes and said inaudibly: "Yes."
GIDEON'S BANDGEORGE W. CABLE
John Junior muttered again, inaudibly to Miss Lambkin, but not unintelligibly.
CONCERNING SALLYWILLIAM JOHN HOPKINS
"He has fooled you," she murmured, inaudibly, before he spoke.
He repeated the momentous question, firmly but inaudibly, and then went away without answering it.
THE NEW WARDENMRS. DAVID G. RITCHIE
He crept across the wide carpet and departed with the skill of a trained nurse, and inaudibly closed the door.
THE PRICE OF LOVEARNOLD BENNETT

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