siffrwdsiffrwd, siffrydasech, siffryda’, siffrydaf, siffrydai, siffrydais, siffrydaist, siffrydan, siffrydant, siffrydasai, siffrydasant, siffrydych, siffrydent, siffrydasent, siffrydasid, siffrydasit, siffrydasoch, siffrydasom, siffrydaswn, siffrydech, siffryded, siffrydem, siffryden, siffrydo, siffryder, siffrydes, siffrydest, siffrydet, siffrydi, siffrydid, siffrydiff, siffrydir, siffrydith, siffrydasem, siffrydoch, siffrydodd, siffrydom, siffrydon, siffrydont, siffrydwch, siffrydwn, siffrydwyd, siffrydwyf
Noun(1) a light noise, like the noise of silk clothing or leaves blowing in the wind
Verb(1) make a dry crackling sound(2) take illegally(3) forage food
(1) rustle around the kitchen, see what there is(2) there was a rustle in the undergrowth behind her(3) She told me once that she could hear the ancient secrets of the land whispered to her through the bark, if she laid her head against it, or in the gentle rustle of the leaves.(4) Just then a faint rustle of leaves disturbed the pressing silence.(5) After that, there was only the sound of clicking abacus beads and the rustle of papers.(6) Taking a few more steps forward, Mary tried to rustle her skirt a bit and gave a fake cough so that she wouldn't scare him by arriving so suddenly, but he jumped anyway.(7) A loud rustle sounded from the floor of her tree house.(8) I began to rustle around the kitchen looking for all the stuff in the recipe.(9) Navigating to the other side of a huge tree, she hears some leaves rustle .(10) "Alright now," said Neal suddenly waking up and leaping out of bed "what we must do is eat, at once, Louanne rustle around the kitchen see what there is, Jack you and I go downstairs and call Allen, Al you see what you can do straightening out the house."(11) There was the chirp of birds, the soft rustle of a faint breeze in the trees.(12) A soft rustle beside me warned me of Laila's approach.(13) There was a rustle , then the sound of a door opening.(14) The simplest sounds - the rustle of a snare drum, a snatch of vocals looped repeatedly - induce a trancelike state.(15) The village was empty though, with only the rustle of the leaves to greet them.(16) The rustle of the leaves overhead was restful, and the lacy pattern of shadows cast on the ground was hypnotic.
(1) rustle up :: siffrwd i fyny
1. swish ::
2. whisper ::
3. swish ::
4. steal ::
5. lift ::
1. crawl ::
2. creep ::
3. poke ::
Different Formsrustle, rustled, rustles
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