whisper

[ hwis-per, wis-per ]SEE DEFINITION OF whisper

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WHISPER

She heard him speaking in a voice not louder than a whisper, rapid, distinct.

It was no louder than a whisper from without—the creak of a board.

There was a monotone of desolation as she went on speaking in a whisper meant for the ears of no other.

Her voice was little more than a whisper, but it was loud in the listener's heart.

His tone was hardly louder than a whisper, but spoken with great distinctness.

A dozen bayonets were pointed at their breasts with the whisper, 'Silence or death!'

Hubertine, quite overcome, said in a whisper, "This young man is the son of Monseigneur?"

There were some thoughts which he could not whisper into even Silver's ear.

She still spoke in a whisper, and Sarah had only laughed and said nothing more.

I says in a whisper, and feeling sick all over, because I knowed what he was thinking about.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR WHISPER

wheeze

verbbreathe roughly, heavily
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