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Noun
A low soft voice
“His voice was but a whisper, and my ears could barely make out his words.”
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A slight trace or hint (of something)
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“But I am sorry that, in the name of health, we can be dictated to with scarcely a whisper of protest.”
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A rumor or piece of gossip
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“I've heard a little whisper about his impending retirement.”
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(of leaves or wind) A soft rustling or murmuring sound
“There was not a sound in the wilderness, save the light whisper of the breeze.”
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(of water) A soft, burbling sound
“In the distance was the faint whisper of falling water.”
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A continuous low humming sound
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A fabricated narrative
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A soft, muttered remark or aside, made audibly for theatrical effect
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A warning or piece of information given in a discreet or confidential way
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An act of complaining persistently and peevishly
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A soft, muffled crackling sound
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A remark or passage, especially in a play that is intended to be heard only by the audience
Verb
To speak very softly using one's breath rather than one's throat, especially for the sake of secrecy
“I tried to whisper something under my breath, but the teacher heard me and asked what I said.”
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To spread a rumor or rumors
“Many in the industry would whisper about alleged scandals within the organization.”
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To mention privately
“Members of the family would regularly whisper the secret to each other.”
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(of leaves, wind, or water) To make a low soft rustling sound
“Roots burrow under my feet, and leaves whisper to each other from opposite sides of the valley.”
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To make a low, steady continuous sound
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To state or express something in words (or sounds)
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To suggest or indicate something indirectly or covertly
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To tell someone about, or trust someone with, a secret or private matter
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To jeer at mockingly
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To complain persistently and in a peevish or irritating way
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To emit or cause to emit sound
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