mutter[ muht-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF mutter
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MUTTER
"No living aunt ever looked as you do now," Kitty will mutter, shaking her head.
I heard him mutter as he neared the boat-house where Fin and I were stowing cargo.
I was near enough to hear him mutter: "How the devil comes this here?"
A shadow flitted in front of it, and he stopped to chuckle evilly and mutter.
Gervaise entered, greatly embarrassed, not even daring to mutter an excuse.
The thudding of hooves became a mutter and then a rumble and then a growl.
This exclamation, although but a mutter, was fervent indeed.
"Interestin'—very," she heard him mutter at last, as he glanced toward the bed.
His mutter: “I hope you will be satisfied, confound you,” was addressed to the absent Tom.
Not a word or even a mutter assisted this short and arid handshake.