noun, plural su·sur·rus·es.
Origin of susurrus
Examples from the Web for susurrus
Contemporary Examples of susurrus
I did not see a paper, or hear so much as a susurrus of news during that whole time.Bonfire of the Inanities
March 22, 2009
Historical Examples of susurrus
On either hand, cliffs rose up, and the susurrus of waves breaking on sand could be heard in the distance.A Knyght Ther Was
Robert F. Young
They are the susurrus of the breeze before the storm, and you await what is to follow with palpitating heart.The Journal of a Disappointed Man
Wilhelm Nero Pilate Barbellion
There was not a sound about them save the susurrus of their feet going through the moonflowers.Pharais and The Mountain Lovers
They went on with the murmur and susurrus of their communion, while Charity looked askance at the three men.We Can't Have Everything
There was no speckle of light to classify and ignore, no susurrus of air molecules raining against the eardrum.Instinct
George Oliver Smith
Latin, literally "humming, muttering, whispering" (see susurration).