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[hwis-per-er, wis-] /ˈʰwɪs pər ər, ˈwɪs-/
a person or thing that whispers.
a gossip, talebearer, rumor-monger, or the like.
Origin of whisperer
First recorded in 1540-50; whisper + -er1 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2017.
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  • What gentle tongue, What whisperer disturb'd his gloomy rest?

    Endymion John Keats
  • The whisperer had given her little intimation of his purpose.

    Whispers at Dawn Roy J. Snell
  • To be a Great Man's whisperer is a position coveted by many.

    The Golden Butterfly Walter Besant
  • And yet, the whisperer had more than once convinced her that he did see her face.

    Whispers at Dawn Roy J. Snell
  • A whisperer usually betrays herself by unconsciously fixing her eyes on the person she is secretly talking of.

  • And so for the time the mystery of the whisperer remained unsolved.

    Whispers at Dawn Roy J. Snell
  • Be not called a whisperer, and be not taken in thy tongue, and confounded.

  • For a time he listened on short wave lengths for his friend, the whisperer.

    On the Yukon Trail Roy J. Snell
  • All that day in her little parlor, Grace had one ear open for the whisperer.

    Whispers at Dawn Roy J. Snell
  • “And the whisperer was less than forty miles away,” Joe now told himself.

    On the Yukon Trail Roy J. Snell
British Dictionary definitions for whisperer


a person or thing that whispers
a person who is able to tame or control animals, esp by talking to them in gentle tones: a horse whisperer
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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