mwmian, fwngial, fwmial, fwmian, fyngial, mwngial, mwmial, myngialfwmialent, fwmiala’, fwmialaf, fwmialai, fwmialais, fwmialaist, fwmialan, fwmialant, fwmialasai, fwmialasant, fwmialasech, fwmialo, fwmialasent, fwmialasid, fwmialasit, fwmialasoch, fwmialasom, fwmialaswn, fwmialech, fwmialed, fwmialem, fwmialen, fwmialoch, fwmialer, fwmiales, fwmialest, fwmialet, fwmiali, fwmialid, fwmialiff, fwmialir, fwmialith, fwmiala, fwmialasem, fwmialodd, fwmialom, fwmialon, fwmialont, fwmialwch, fwmialwn, fwmialwyd, fwmialwyf, fwmialych, mwmialent, mwmiala’, mwmialaf, mwmialai, mwmialais, mwmialaist, mwmialan, mwmialant, mwmialasai, mwmialasant, mwmialasech, mwmialo, mwmialasent, mwmialasid, mwmialasit, mwmialasoch, mwmialasom, mwmialaswn, mwmialech, mwmialed, mwmialem, mwmialen, mwmialoch, mwmialer, mwmiales, mwmialest, mwmialet, mwmiali, mwmialid, mwmialiff, mwmialir, mwmialith, mwmiala, mwmialasem, mwmialodd, mwmialom, mwmialon, mwmialont, mwmialwch, mwmialwn, mwmialwyd, mwmialwyf, mwmialych
Noun(1) a soft indistinct utterance
Verb(1) talk indistinctly; usually in a low voice(2) grind with the gums; chew without teeth and with great difficulty
(1) His speech is something between a muffle and a mumble , a perpetual whisper beneath the breath.(2) She let her voice go right down to a mumble at the end and looked up to meet his sympathetic brown eyes.(3) They were answered by a faint mumble from beside him.(4) Rosie had replied in a mumble(5) There was an uncertain mumble from the group in general. ├ö├ç├┐All right then.├ö├ç├û(6) His voice drops to a conspiratorial mumble : ├ö├ç├┐Every month, they send us a tape we have to play.├ö├ç├û(7) There's a mumble of gibberish, broken words, broken thoughts, and I realize that my brother can't talk anymore.(8) His speech is a mumble , his face immobile, his gait unsteady.(9) So don't be surprised if you hear me mumble : ├ö├ç├┐Would you like fries with that?├ö├ç├û(10) It looks now as though I will have to, as no one wants a teacher who barely achieves an incomprehensible mumble , even if it could be in any one of five languages.(11) But all that came out was a mumble , and then she coughed.(12) He prefers to sing in a blurry mumble , letting his meanings emerge in the scuffed and yearning tone of his voice as much as in the words themselves.(13) It came out as a mumble with all the stuffed bread in his mouth.(14) A couple of kids chimed in and their voices were lost in a huge mumble of slurred vowels and consonances in my scrambled brain.(15) I mumble a noncommittal reply and decide not to mention the TV series I present.(16) Everything starts to come out as an eyes-to-the-desk mumble .
(1) to mumble :: i mumble
1. mutter ::
2. gum ::
Different Formsmumble, mumbled, mumbles, mumbling
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