Noun(1) a low continuous indistinct sound; often accompanied by movement of the lips without the production of articulate speech(2) a schwa that is incidental to the pronunciation of a consonant(3) an abnormal sound of the heart; sometimes a sign of abnormal function of the heart valves(4) a complaint uttered in a low and indistinct tone
Verb(1) speak softly or indistinctly(2) make complaining remarks or noises under one's breath
(1) The only sound was the soft murmur of the computers, the steady tick of the clock, and the somewhat less steady tapping of Pierson rhythmically belting his chair with his fingers.(2) A soft murmur of agreement swept through the rest of them, and they were now facing the General with determination in their eyes.(3) With a murmur of thanks he took it from me and began rapidly riffling through the pages until he came to ├ö├ç├┐The Phoenix and the Turtle.├ö├ç├û(4) It can be present at birth or develop later in life. A heart murmur is not a disease.(5) Synths and strings melt together for a lush background murmur , behind the lean, precise jazz-pop song structures, all wrapped in thick, warm production.(6) the murmur of bees in the rhododendrons(7) His face turned bright red as he began to murmur an answer while staring at her sheet.(8) A murmur of thanks and respect rippled through the room.(9) there was a murmur of approval from the crowd(10) Many in the crowd began to murmur their dissent at this.(11) Sarah woke up to the low murmur of people speaking.(12) I let out a breath, along with a little murmur of thanks to whatever god might be up there.(13) Her past medical history was unremarkable, except for a heart murmur .(14) A warm murmur of approval rippled across the room.(15) Receiving only an inaudible murmur in response, he returned his attention to the occupied seats across the room.(16) she had been born with a heart murmur
(1) heart murmur :: hjerte mumlen
1. whisper ::
2. complaint ::
3. hum ::
5. cardiac murmur ::
6. mutter ::
7. complain ::
8. rustle ::
9. gnarl ::
Different Formsmurmur, murmured, murmurer, murmurers, murmuring, murmurings, murmurous, murmurs
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