to whisper

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  • He seemed to whisper something in her ear, and she stood for a moment afterwards quite still. Cited from The Illustrious Prince, by E. Phillips Oppenheim 3
  • She found a chance to whisper to James before he went. Cited from 'Doc.' Gordon, by Mary E. Wilkins-Freeman
  • Then at last the girls had an opportunity to whisper to me. Cited from Wandl the Invader, by Raymond King Cummings
  • She made an imperceptible little movement toward him as if she expected him to whisper. Cited from The Sowers, by Henry Seton Merriman
  • The children on the bed began to whisper to one another. Cited from The Malady of the Century, Max Nordau
  • A few minutes later she seized the opportunity to whisper in his ear. Cited from The Husbands of Edith, by George Barr McCutcheon
  • Who else should it be to whisper and sing to you and make you happy when you are there? Cited from The Singing Mouse Stories, by Emerson Hough
  • Then the world began to whisper evil about you while you were still quite irreproachable. Cited from The Dangerous Age, by Karin Michaelis
  • During this time, no one was allowed even to whisper. Cited from Daring and Suffering, by William Pittenger
  • But men began to whisper to one another, and say if only Jackson had been there. Cited from The Shades of the Wilderness, by Joseph A. Altsheler
  • The people of the village began to whisper that he was going mad. Cited from Life and Remains of John Clare, by J. L. Cherry
  • They seemed to whisper together, as if uncertain what to do next. Cited from Quentin Durward, by Sir Walter Scott
  • And as he looked at them they began to whisper. Cited from Stories to Tell Children, by Sara Cone Bryant
  • I'll tell you why if you'll promise not to whisper a word to any one. Cited from The Woman Thou Gavest Me, by Hall Caine
  • He learned to read, and he learned to write, And to whisper against the rule. Cited from The Nursery, No. 165, September 1880, Vol. 28, by Various
  • But no one would even dare to whisper that there is such a thing as yellow. Cited from A Miscellany of Men, by G. K. Chesterton
  • He was going; but the younger boy stopped him, to whisper something in his ear. Cited from The Sorrows of Young Werther, by J.W. Goethe
  • "Wide open, my good friend -- what have you to whisper in it?" Cited from Oak Openings, by James Fenimore Cooper
  • Jack found a chance to whisper, as all hands gathered on the platform deck. Cited from The Submarine Boys and the Spies, by Victor G. Durham
  • "You can't escape him even in death" something seemed to whisper in her ear. Cited from 'Way Down East, by Joseph R. Grismer
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