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- adj. Murmured, soft.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Whispering.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Murmuring; sighing; whispering; susurrous.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. making a low continuous indistinct sound
I lay in the gloom watching them swirl unsteadily in the light breeze of the ceiling fan — their susurrant voices emitting smoke that held for just a moment before the stuttering wind from the blades dissipated them unsteadily.
The manic tones of the threat warning klaxon stuttered to silence, the only sound the susurrant rush of oxygen through the respirators of their battle armor.
The dark, sweeping form of a great eagle soared along the riverbank, the susurrant sound of beating wings distinctly audible.
But he became aware that there was a susurrant undertone to his voice as it emerged from his artificial larynx, and that perhaps it might seem to be the whispering of the breeze.
The voice that spoke into it was no more than a susurrant mumble, like waves on the seashore, and she wasn't able to concentrate on who it was or what they said.
Behind their susurrant leafage, homes stood in rows, each on its patch of lawn and garden.
Her breath cut off and she began to strangle, her continued screams but a soft susurrant rattle deep in her Groat, as in a nightmare when one opens one's mouth to call out and no sound is heard.
It was soft and shadowy, caressed a cheek or a lock of hair and vanished into susurrant dark.
The atmosphere of the plane's interior was filled with the low murmur of a hundred conversations against the background of the susurrant mutter of the mighty engines.
Also, there lacked the persistent susurrant sound of the ventilation pumps.