whispery
adjective Date: 1834 1. resembling a whisper 2. full of whispers

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • whispery — /hwis peuh ree, wis /, adj. 1. like a whisper: a soft, whispery voice. 2. abounding in whispers or other quiet, mysterious sounds: dark, whispery streets. [1825 35; WHISPER + Y1] * * * …   Universalium

  • whispery — rē, ri adjective Etymology: whisper (II) + y 1. : resembling a whisper stopped his breathing … to be able to hear any sound, however small and whispery W.V.T.Clark 2. : full of whispers a swamp is a whispery place Edward Kimbrough …   Useful english dictionary

  • whispery — whisper ► VERB 1) speak very softly using one s breath rather than one s throat. 2) literary rustle or murmur softly. ► NOUN 1) a whispered word or phrase, or a whispering tone of voice. 2) literary a soft rustling or murmuring sound. 3) a rumour …   English terms dictionary

  • whispery — adjective Producing or resembling a whisper …   Wiktionary

  • whispery — (Roget s Thesaurus II) adjective Not irritating, strident, or loud: hushed, low, low key, low keyed, quiet, small, soft, subdued. See SOUNDS …   English dictionary for students

  • whispery — whis·pery …   English syllables

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