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susurrate

/ (ˈsjuːsəˌreɪt) /
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verb
(intr) literary to make a soft rustling sound; whisper; murmur
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Derived forms of susurrate

susurrant (sjuːˈsʌrənt), adjectivesusurration or susurrus, noun

Word Origin for susurrate

C17: from Latin susurrāre to whisper
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