Her clan took the word up, and for a time the sibilance of it was like a hiss in the room.
So now he puckered his lips to the sibilance of a canoe-song, and waited.
He nodded without looking at me, and with some sibilance of excuse, read the message.
She sighed, and the sibilance of it echoed with a strange lingering note between those high gray walls.
It was a gentle sound, but with a sibilance that held a threat of danger—like the hiss of a gigantic serpent.
There was not that sibilance and thunder that had turned me a bit gray inside at first sight of the Eagle.
Then the breaking of a twig and the sibilance of whispering voices—two of them—perhaps more.
His voice, its guttural note alternating with a sibilance on certain words, betrayed no traces of agitation.