- a person or thing that whispers.
- a gossip, talebearer, rumor-monger, or the like.
Origin of whisperer
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Related Wordsgossipmonger, gossiper, tattletale, talebearer, telltale, snoop, tattler, informer, busybody, meddler, blabbermouth, chatterbox, parrot, tabby, taleteller, tattle, scandalmonger, babbler, flibbertigibbet, whisperer
Examples from the Web for whisperer
If any one had whispered a word of caution to her, how she would have hated the whisperer!The Macdermots of Ballycloran
What gentle tongue, What whisperer disturb'd his gloomy rest?Endymion
Would he attack you openly, or would he remain—the Whisperer?The Orchard of Tears
There was no eye, but there was the Whisperer whom he could never drive away.Northern Lights
To be a Great Man's whisperer is a position coveted by many.The Golden Butterfly
- a person or thing that whispers
- a person who is able to tame or control animals, esp by talking to them in gentle tonesa horse whisperer
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