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  • But the men lingered by the fire, and a council was held wherein was there much whispering and low-voiced discussion.

    NAM-BOK THE UNVERACIOUS

  • It was a low-voiced order issued to the dog trailing after them.

    Western Man

  • Quiet, low-voiced, stately, and dignified, she somehow had the knack of dress, and but befitted her beauty and dignity with anything she put on.

    Chapter 2

  • But the gangsters were low-voiced, and all I could catch was the tone of friendliness and good-nature.

    CHAPTER XXII

  • Graceful and low-voiced, she has been underused as a stage actress.

    Richard III; Lullaby; Hundreds & Thousands – review

  • And the low-voiced King said, so low that even they that listened heard not well: “Go, smite me mine enemies, that they cease to do evil in my sight.”

    DARKWATER

  • Applause rippled through the bar as the blues trio ended one song, then started another, this one a low-voiced let-me-back-into-your bed number with a sexy bass throb.

    Black Dust Mambo

  • “You will not embarrass Mason or your mother this way,” Felicia vowed in a low-voiced breath.

    Entice Me at Twilight

  • “Rory, whatever are you doing?” another girl scolded, low-voiced.

    Shameless

  • “Miladies, Lady Rosen is—” Graham began, low-voiced, with the air of someone attempting to deliver an urgent warning.

    Shameless

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