sibrwd, sisial, achlust, hachlust, si, sibrydion, sïon, sisialon, su, suonsibrwd, sisialsibrwd, sibryda’, sibryda, sibrydaf, sibrydai, sibrydais, sibrydaist, sibrydan, sibrydant, sibrydasai, sibrydasant, sibryden, sibrydasem, sibrydasent, sibrydasid, sibrydasit, sibrydasoch, sibrydasom, sibrydaswn, sibrydech, sibryded, sibrydem, sibrydo, sibrydent, sibryder, sibrydes, sibrydest, sibrydet, sibrydi, sibrydid, sibrydiff, sibrydir, sisiala, sisialent, sibrydoch, sibrydodd, sibrydom, sibrydon, sibrydont, sibrydwch, sibrydwn, sibrydwyd, sibrydwyf, sibrydith, sisialasem, sisiala’, sisialaf, sisialai, sisialais, sisialaist, sisialan, sisialant, sisialasai, sisialasant, sisialasech, sisialo, sisialasent, sisialasid, sisialasit, sisialasoch, sisialasom, sisialaswn, sisialech, sisialed, sisialen, sisialem, sisialoch, sisialer, sisiales, sisialest, sisialet, sisiali, sisialid, sisialiff, sisialir, sisialith, sibrydych, sibrydasech, sisialodd, sisialom, sisialon, sisialont, sisialwch, sisialwn, sisialwyd, sisialwyf, sisialych
Noun(1) speaking softly without vibration of the vocal cords(2) a light noise, like the noise of silk clothing or leaves blowing in the wind
Verb(1) speak softly; in a low voice
(1) In 2002 DeLay was elected majority leader without a whisper of challenge.(2) In the mountains, the marines whisper to each other rather than talk: voices carry easily up here and they don't want to give themselves away to their enemy.(3) A cool wind was rising, causing the leaves to whisper against each other, their glossy darkness shimmering.(4) As she lay dying she managed to whisper a description of her attacker to the detective who found her.(5) A whisper of a smile played on Amy's lips and Rebecca returned it.(6) There was a whisper of TV interest from a ├ö├ç├┐major UK network├ö├ç├û today.(7) ├ö├ç├┐Oh my word,├ö├ç├û she gasped, her voice barely a whisper .(8) She can speak English but prefers to whisper in my ear rather than talking out loud in the noisy bar area.(9) They lost by five points and returned home without a whisper of dissent.(10) There was no sound besides the light whisper of the breeze.(11) he didn't show even a whisper of interest(12) Geraldine's tone of voice lowered to a whisper .(13) she spoke in a whisper(14) She ungrudgingly accepts her fate without a whisper of frustration.(15) He did after all confess, without a whisper of remorse, to carrying out the bombing.(16) It came as silently as a whisper of the wind.
(1) to whisper :: sibrwd
1. murmur ::
2. rustle ::
3. rumor ::
5. whispering ::
6. murmur ::
7. rustle ::
Different Formswhisper, whispered, whisperer, whisperers, whispering, whispers
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