[ UK /wˈɪspɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈhwɪspɝ, ˈwɪspɝ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a light noise, like the noise of silk clothing or leaves blowing in the wind
  2. speaking softly without vibration of the vocal cords
VERB
  1. speak softly; in a low voice
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How To Use whisper In A Sentence

  • It still whispered about, prowling in the back of his consciousness, murmuring darkly even though his body was slack with well-satisfied relief. Captured by Moonlight
  • She seduces the despondent radical with whispers about the bleakness of mankind.
  • He gently rattled the cage and whispered to the canary.
  • ‘Shh, shh… ‘Luke whispered, wiping the tears off of her cheeks with his thumbs.
  • They had come, at last, to the whisperer 's house, and very smart it was too. EVERVILLE
  • He heard the voice as clearly as if it had been whispered in his ear, a hollow, sepulchral voice. THE SERPENT'S MARK
  • In the Whispering Gallery at the presidential library and museum, Aidan was blown away by political cartoons of the day that criticized Lincoln for his stance on slavery.
  • Mrs. Lopez wheeled around and whispered something in Eddie's ear.
  • Oh bravissimo in chorus, and he would have danced out into the middle of the room before us all, had not Fortunata whispered in his ear, telling him, I suppose, that such low buffoonery was not in keeping with his dignity. Satyricon
  • I spoke to him in a whisper.
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