continuous murmur n.
A murmur heard without interruption throughout systole and into diastole.
A field of these berries in June sends forth a continuous murmur like that of an enormous hive.
Indeed, between the sounds of the cannon a continuous murmur could be heard.
A continuous murmur, scarcely human, rose from the crowd below.
Like the continuous murmur of a brook, it gladdened as well as soothed.
After a further flight of half a mile, this variable sigh changed to a continuous murmur.
The water, clear as crystal, as it hurries on over the rocks, keeps up a continuous murmur.
They kept up a continuous murmur, punctuated with gales of laughter.
The rain fell with a continuous murmur, and evidently in slender threads, for it scarcely pattered on the tent.
She put her hands on her face, and by all effort of firmness, subdued the tone of her grief to a low, continuous murmur of sorrow.
And there was a sound, faint, distorted perhaps by the acoustics of this place, but keeping up a continuous murmur.