It was a strange tongue he spoke, with many gutturals and sibilants.
The alliteration is without complexity,--a dreary procession of sibilants.
There was no sound in the room but the low hissing of his sibilants.
He continued to emit these sibilants, interspersing them with Adams's protests.
Where had he heard that faint lisp, that slurring of the sibilants?
The rhythm of the line and the prevalence of sibilants suit the sense.
Words hissed from his lips in a stream of sibilants too quick for Dave to catch.
The greatest variety among the Slavic letters exists in the sibilants.
Tack and Patty Smart are rendered happy; but what really becomes of Beausex and his aunt the sibilants forbad our knowing.
For a time Martin tried to fuse their sibilants into the general buzz, but failing in this, began to listen to their conversation.