en
murmur

Meaning: tr
mırıltı; homurdanmak, söylenmek
He murmured something unintelligible.
So the people were thirsty there for want of water, and murmured against Moses, saying: Why didst thou make us go forth out of Egypt, to kill us and our children, and our beasts with thirst?
He brought his lips close to her ear and murmured: "I love you."
“I think so,” murmured the Provincial Mayor; and, knitting his brows, he lapsed into an introspective state, his lips moving as one who repeats mystic words.
Poor things!" murmured the Queen softly. "What did you do?"
Bucklaw, who still breathed, was raised from the ground, and transported to another apartment, where his friends, full of suspicion and murmuring, assembled round him to learn the opinion of the surgeon.
We can hear a brook murmuring.
That child murmured something in his sleep.
The maniacs tore him limb from limb, and threw his head and his lyre into the river Hebrus, down which they floated, murmuring sad music, to which the shores responded a plaintive symphony.
In the woods and meadows, and on the mountains the flowers were blooming amid the buzzing murmurs of the bees, the warbling of the birds, and the bleating of the lambs.
Added on 2018-08-31 | by m1gin | View: 198

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