noun, plural su·sur·rus·es.
Origin of susurrus
Examples from the Web for susurrus
I did not see a paper, or hear so much as a susurrus of news during that whole time.
Let smiles mantle—and that sweet, soft, low sound be heard, the susurrus.Recreations of Christopher North, Volume 2|John Wilson
They went on with the murmur and susurrus of their communion, while Charity looked askance at the three men.We Can't Have Everything|Rupert Hughes
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
Word Origin and History for susurrus
Latin, literally "humming, muttering, whispering" (see susurration).