A woman came up to whisper about a case of public corruption.
Have core principles, the ghost of George was supposed to whisper to his son.
“My cousin told me they are just outside Kabul,” the other answered in a whisper.
whisper: Balochistan is next on the U.S. hit list for a fresh round of drone bombings.
Ted Kennedy,” the aide continued, lowering his voice to a whisper for the punch line, “dead.
"If I will wed him to-night, he has promised that you shall go free," she said in a whisper.
"We get a share in all this," Clif heard one of them whisper under his breath.
"I ought not to have spoken as I did," she said, in a whisper.
She used to go into a wood and whisper along the branch of a tree.
His voice had run off into a whisper so that we heard the last part with difficulty.
Old English hwisprian "speak very softly" (only in a Northumbrian gloss for Latin murmurare), from Proto-Germanic *khwis- (cf. Middle Dutch wispelen, Old High German hwispalon, German wispeln, wispern, Old Norse hviskra "to whisper"), imitative and probably related to Old English hwistlian "to whistle." Related: Whispered; whispering. The noun is from 1590s.