Robert had spoken to the butler, and everywhere were knots of whisperers.
The latter had actually directed his eyes to the side where the whisperers sat.
And the whisperers modestly drew their saris before their own faces.
There soon got about a story that he was what the fresh-water fisherman called "one o' them whisperers."
The peepers and whisperers little dreamed that she could be awaiting the party from the Forno.
Still the whisperers who censured were unsatisfied—the concession was thrown away.
“Whisperers” is one of the names given by St. Paul to the heathen characters which he describes in the first chapter of Romans.
Despite the dread which held me, I identified the whisperers and located their situation.
But neither the peepers nor the whisperers interfered with the contentment of the fortunate pair.
The whisperers knew that some diabolical surprise was under way and they would whisper about it.