Thesaurus / whisper

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The whispers have played out alongside long-running discussions about the lack of clear leadership on park issues, duplication of efforts and overhead among various Balboa Park groups and struggles to execute major park initiatives and projects.
During the summer, there were whispers among Parisian food circles and on social media of assault allegations involving Sekine.
There are whispers of McDonald’s locations that have breakfast buffets.
The whisper number, for example, calls for just 670,000 new jobs, about half of what economists expect.
Once Greene and Lobb moved it into the symplectic world, the problem gave way with a whisper.
He could sink it to a whisper and still be audible, while in open-air meetings he could easily make himself heard by thousands.
"A lazy man always hez the most trouble," said Shif'less Sol in a whisper to the others.
THE RIFLEMEN OF THE OHIOJOSEPH A. ALTSHELER
“Here we are,” said Kenneth, in a whisper, as the light now shone down upon them.
THREE BOYSGEORGE MANVILLE FENN
The night breeze seemed to whisper this, as they rustled in the ravine below; strange voices muttered it in his ears.
The chorus of hidden men by the fire rose in a low murmur that was like the whisper of the desert in the night.
THE GARDEN OF ALLAHROBERT HICHENS

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