time to whisper

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  • She bent back from time to time to whisper and laugh with her escort. Cited from The Torrent (Entre Naranjos), by Vicente Blasco Ibanez
  • She only just had time to whisper as she went by; but by the way she looked at me I knew it was important. Cited from The Idiot, by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
  • I had time to whisper to Suzanne; and then I followed him. Cited from The Indiscretion of the Duchess, by Anthony Hope
  • He just had time to whisper to the boy to mark well the spot where the Eagle had disappeared in the waters before they marched away. Cited from The Eagle of the Empire, by Cyrus Townsend Brady
  • Even in the stressful moments of the funeral she had found time to whisper to me that she hoped to call upon me at an early date. Cited from Widdershins, by Oliver Onions [AKA: George Oliver]
  • Angela had just time to whisper, before she found herself shaking hands with a tall, red-haired, hatless girl in a white dress. Cited from Port of Adventure, by Charles N. Williamson and Alice M. Williamson
  • I glanced at the passage and wondered if I would have time to whisper to Riggs about Meeker before the latter returned. Cited from The Devil's Admiral, by Frederick Ferdinand Moore
  • Phyllis also had found it difficult to have a private word with Madge, but toward the close of the evening she did have time to whisper the account of her appointment. Cited from Madge Morton's Secret, by Amy D. V. Chalmers
  • "For Heaven's sake, Condy!" she had time to whisper before they arrived in the hallway of the station. Cited from Blix, by Frank Norris
  • Mrs. Botha just had time to whisper hurriedly to her husband that she would rather see him dead than have him come back to her a traitor, when the detectives, producing a warrant for his arrest, approached him. Cited from The Petticoat Commando, by Johanna Brandt
  • And as they moved a step onward, Kitty passed first with Yorke, thereby giving Betty time to whisper to Oliver what she had overheard behind the screen. Cited from An Unwilling Maid, by Jeanie Gould Lincoln
  • But if Don Ambrosio, deceived by this transient calm, should attempt at such time to whisper his passion, she would start as from a dream, and recoil from him with involuntary shuddering. Cited from Bracebridge Hall, or The Humorists, by Washington Irving
  • Telramund is thrust aside, though not before he has had time to whisper fresh doubts and suspicions to the shuddering Elsa, and the procession files slowly into the Minster. Cited from The Opera, by R.A. Streatfeild
  • The little spurt of fistcuffs was brief, but it gave Mershone, who stood in the shadow of the door-way near by, time to whisper to a police officer, who promptly seized the disputants and held them both in a firm grip. Cited from Aunt Jane's Nieces in Society, by Edith Van Dyne