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low voice

noun as in whisper

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No matter how antagonistic the question or the barb, Jackson keeps a low voice and a respectful tone.

“I cannot accept this agreement,” he said in a low voice, in English.

Suddenly she stopped laughing, and said in a low voice, "You don't happen to have a beefsteak about you, do you?"

Dorothy put her arm across her shoulder, and spoke in a low voice, meant to be calm, but which trembled with suppressed emotion.

Poor Nora hung her head as she asked in a low voice if Jim really thought her father was engaged in illegal practices.

Hans Nilsen either remained silent, or merely spoke a few words in a low voice to Sarah.

She said something in a very low voice; he could not hear it, though he bent down his head—but he took her hand again.


On this page you'll find 24 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to low voice, such as: buzz, gossip, hint, innuendo, murmur, and sigh.

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