The words were not hastily and inaudibly muttered as they too often are by the clergy of the High Anglican persuasion.
Insensibly and inaudibly my soul speaks to its own, and prepares it even now.
John Junior muttered again, inaudibly to Miss Lambkin, but not unintelligibly.
She muttered something, but inaudibly, and they went on as before.
Her lips moved, at first inaudibly, but presently in a low murmur.
"He has fooled you," she murmured, inaudibly, before he spoke.
The son once more answered me roughly and inaudibly, and was for setting out again.
I do, said Aunt Pussy, as inaudibly as a bride at the altar.
He repeated the momentous question, firmly but inaudibly, and then went away without answering it.
She freshly sprang to him and again they inaudibly conversed.