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  • The latter had actually directed his eyes to the side where the whisperers sat. Cited from Maezli, by Johanna Spyri
  • Some of the whisperers left one group to go over to another. Cited from The High School Left End, by H. Irving Hancock
  • They have become a community of whisperers in a kingdom of fear.
  • Already her past was growing dim in a tradition kept alive only by a few whisperers. Cited from The Gray Dawn, by Stewart Edward White
  • But in truth Whisperers deal only in half Accounts of what they entertain you with. Cited from The Spectator, Volumes 1, 2 and 3, by Joseph Addison and Richard Steele
  • The whisperers knew that some diabolical surprise was under way and they would whisper about it. Cited from My Second Year of the War, by Frederick Palmer
  • They were great whisperers, a secretive pair, and they never spoke their minds outright before the crowd. Cited from The Blood Ship, by Norman Springer
  • His last film role was in The Whisperers.
  • The rest of the company either formed groups of whisperers, or strolled up and down the apartment in evident uneasiness. Cited from The Bravo of Venice - A Romance, by M. G. Lewis
  • Some twenty yards farther up the line he lay down again, taking care that the whisperers should hear his grunts and groans as he recomposed himself. Cited from Kim, by Rudyard Kipling
  • There were whisperers at work seeking to undermine faith in the Maid and her mission. Cited from A Heroine of France, The Story of Joan of Arc, by Evelyn Everett-Green
  • Jealousy and envy, especially when fomented by whisperers, will destroy gradually the ties that make us safe against enemies. Cited from Favourite Fables in Prose and Verse, by Various
  • It is the unfortunate situation of arbitrary kings, that they know the sentiments of their people only from whisperers in their closet. Cited from The Works of Samuel Johnson, Vol. 11., by Samuel Johnson
  • The loud talking fell, the whisperers turned, the silent found their voices, and there arose a humming note of recognition and tribute. Cited from Lewis Rand, by Mary Johnston
  • Her teachers, and eventually her whole town of adults, become controlled by invading creatures that are dubbed the Shadow Whisperers.
  • From that world-wide theatre of nodding heads and buzzing whisperers, in which she now beheld herself unpitiably martyred, one door stood open. Cited from Prince Otto, by Robert Louis Stevenson
  • He stood leaning against the docile creature, sunk in thought, and quite unconscious of the watchers and whisperers close by. Cited from The Mysterious Key And What It Opened,by L. Alcott
  • Some of the younger children were drowsy already, lulled by the hum of the whisperers. Cited from The Morgesons, by Elizabeth Stoddard
  • Still the whisperers who censured were unsatisfied -- the concession was thrown away. Cited from The Wits and Beaux of Society, by Grace Wharton and Philip Wharton
  • Noted for his freelance writing and photography, Rossen is particularly recognized for his reports on lion whisperers in Botswana.
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Root form of whisperers is whisperer for the noun.

Meaning of whisperers

  • noun One who speaks in a whisper