to whisper to each

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  • It was difficult to get a moment to whisper to each other. Cited from The Light That Lures, by Percy Brebner
  • One child is chosen to whisper to each of the players some word of the rhyme. Cited from Entertaining Made Easy, by Emily Rose Burt
  • After this they began to whisper to each other, at least he whispered and she smiled and shook her head. Cited from Love Eternal, by H. Rider Haggard
  • It was better, men began to whisper to each other, to die at once than to live in perpetual slavery. Cited from Rise of the Dutch Republic, 1564-65 by Motley
  • In the early days of August the natives began to whisper to each other strange stories about fighting going on in the big white world beyond the seas. Cited from Mary Slessor of Calabar, by W. P. Livingstone
  • The fugitives retreated until the fire was hidden from their view by a great rock, then put their heads closely together to whisper to each other. Cited from Jack Haydon's Quest, by John Finnemore
  • We are allowed for a time to draw close to each other, to whisper to each other our hopes and fears; but at any moment we can be separated. Cited from The Altar Fire, by Arthur Christopher Benson
  • It was long before they fell asleep, not because they thought how hard their bed was, but because there was so much to whisper to each other about the wonderful strangers and what they had done. Cited from Young Folks Treasury, Volume 2 (of 12), by Various
  • They turned to whisper to each other, with sarcastic smiles and knowing winks, as he came into view, and they did not come forward to offer him their hands as of old. Cited from The Red Acorn, by John McElroy
  • The leader announces that he is to whisper to each member of the group the name of some animal that is to be imitated by that member in chorus with the others. Cited from School, Church, and Home Games, by George O. Draper
  • Chick watched the Rhamdas, leaning over to whisper to each other. Cited from The Blind Spot, by Austin Hall and Homer Eon Flint
  • The colonists began to whisper to each other excitedly, but Ed Bush merely stood in the doorway and smiled! Cited from The Space Pioneers, by Carey Rockwell
  • The companions were not far apart, but did not dare to whisper to each other the thought that occurred alike to both -- that, should they escape without rifles and ammunition, they must certainly die of hunger. Cited from The First White Man of the West, by Timothy Flint
  • And though the poor women had not dared to whisper to each other what it said to them, they knew in their own hearts that it meant, if the Americans failed, the instant and brutal massacre of every prisoner. Cited from Remember the Alamo, by Amelia E. Barr
  • The next disturbance came when the maskers had all taken their stand at one end of the room at the request of the six dominoes, who managed to whisper to each sophomore that there was presently to be a surprise. Cited from Grace Harlowe's Plebe Year at High School, by Jessie Graham Flower
  • When everything was done that could be done for the aged virgin in the basket, the sisters rose from their knees, stiffly; and they began to whisper to each other about the prospects of obtaining a fresh servant. Cited from The Old Wives' Tale, by Arnold Bennett
  • They withdrew tremblingly into one of the corners of the ante-room, and did not even dare to whisper to each other, but the glances they exchanged betrayed the anguish of their hearts. Cited from Louisa of Prussia and Her Times, by L. Muhlbach #7
  • The Chief never moved, but kept his eyes on John, and he did not even heed Angel, who came down from the rafters quietly, and passed out the door, and stood beside George, and leaned his head against him, as the boys began to whisper to each other. Cited from The Wonder Island Boys: The Tribesmen, by Roger Finlay
  • I paused for some minutes to consider the best plan of attack; but the gun-bearers, who were behind me, being in a great state of excitement, began to whisper to each other, and in arranging their positions behind their respective masters, they knocked several of the guns together. Cited from The Rifle and Hound in Ceylon, by Samuel Baker
  • The electors of the empire perceiving that the emperor was centralizing power in his own hands, and that they would soon become merely provincial governors, compelled to obey his laws and subject to his appointment and removal, began to whisper to each other their alarm. Cited from The Empire of Austria; Its Rise and Present Power, by John S. C. Abbott
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