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To speak without phonation, as with an open posterior part of the glottis.
[A.S. hwisprian]


(hwĭs′pĕr) [AS. hwisprian]
1. Speech with a low, soft voice; a low, sibilant sound.
2. To utter in a low sound.

cavernous whisper

Direct transmission of a whisper through a cavity in auscultation.
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Gray, "Laryngeal configuration and constriction during two types of whispering," Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, vol.
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By using his whispering techniques depicted in Redford's film, he successfully calmed the horse and word soon spread throughout the country.
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Still whispering, the young voice replied, along with a muffled giggle, "Me.
Moma tried to prepare me as best she could, shuffling between the stove and refrigerator, her slippers whispering on the linoleum; wearing that pink quilted housecoat with the stuffing poking out the elbows.
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That said, Clare Balding's early reference to horse whispering tended to perpetuate the myth (popularised by the film The Horse Whisperer) that 'whispering' is, in any way, part of the type of work that Kelly Marks was doing.
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