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  • He stood muttering to himself and looking long under his hand after his lord. Cited from The Black Douglas, by S. R. Crockett
  • All this while he muttered to himself as if to keep himself in company. Cited from The Bread-winners, by John Hay
  • He went often alone away from other men and muttered to himself. Cited from The Story of Burnt Njal, by Anonymous
  • She heard him mutter under his breath and slowly move away down the car. Cited from The Man of the Forest, by Zane Grey
  • She saw the waiting major start, and he muttered something under his breath. Cited from Ruth Fielding at the War Front, by Alice B. Emerson
  • And as he thought he began to mutter about what had taken place that afternoon. Cited from The Lost Middy, by George Manville Fenn
  • I wish other people did not know it so well!' he muttered. Cited from Wych Hazel, by Susan and Anna Warner
  • Another deep muttering report was heard, and soon after another and another. Cited from Fire Island, by G. Manville Fenn
  • The old chief began to mutter away something to himself and others. Cited from Three Years on the Plains, by Edmund B. Tuttle
  • I heard him muttering once more, as he picked up the book and found his place. Cited from Old Fires and Profitable Ghosts, by A. T. Quiller-Couch
  • He got up on his car and drove away muttering something under his breath. Cited from Waysiders, Stories of Connacht, by Seumas O'Kelly
  • Before she finished it she heard him mutter below his breath that it was very strange. Cited from The Mormon Prophet, by Lily Dougall
  • It was plain from his muttered words that he was going back to the camp now. Cited from The Lost Treasure of Trevlyn, by Evelyn Everett-Green
  • He was heard to mutter something to himself; then he came back. Cited from Adrift in the Wilds, by Edward S. Ellis
  • He opened his mouth to say something, and said nothing; finally he went out, muttering. Cited from The Three Sisters, by May Sinclair
  • But the old man kept muttering to us to take it easy and let them head on us. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 2, No. 14, December 1858, by Various
  • The old man had stayed in his corner the whole time muttering to himself. Cited from Fanny Goes to War, by Pat Beauchamp
  • The song is released as the fifth single from their third album Mutter.
  • During the operation the whole tribe sat round and were muttering one to another. Cited from Source Book Of Australian History, Compiled by Gwendolen H. Swinburne
  • He continued to mutter in this way as he went across to the other side of the field. Cited from Main-Travelled Roads, by Hamlin Garland
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Meaning of mutter

  • noun A low continuous indistinct sound; often accompanied by movement of the lips without the production of articulate speech