murmurous

[ mur-mer-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF murmurous

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Yet the haunt of murmurous memories dignified his unhappiness.

They were low, faint, murmurous sounds, for the lips were nearly at rest.

The soft summer air is murmurous with their music and the song of birds.

The first sentence one heard was the murmurous "What a damn shame."

They heard Kedzie's murmurous tones and the rumble of Dyckman's answer.

She asked him, in a murmurous warmth, if he liked her, at all.

It was still the forest, crystalline, murmurous—but now muted.

Unexcited by argument the talk rippled in murmurous contentment.

Their cradle had been rocked to the murmurous roar of London traffic.

Do you know it, with its bright days and its soft nights, murmurous with voices?

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