Did you maybe mean mumbled?
- n. Plural form of mumble.
“Tammie: new say hi to your mom, very cool. numbers and mumbles is nice ... too bad he lost points for covering the beatles.”
“As its followed by "What Dogs See", four minutes of echoing rubble and near spoken-word mumbles, it initially seems like a pokey bit of sequencing, but the song evolves into a prelude to the deceptively bouncy "Wind Phoenix", which turns personal devastation into a sing-along.”
“Actually, he's known as "mumbles" because he's completely incoherent when he speaks.”
“But Clurman followed his hunch and helped cure him of his "mumbles," and Marlon opened in the role.”
“You'll have such a good time with In The Loop, you'll barely notice that it peters out towards the end (the film kind of mumbles away when it's over instead of putting a period on the end of it).”
“But it is strange how he kind of mumbles like this one day and then talks clearly the next.”
“What is wrong with simply showing the same story with the original Asian faces in them? recently announced his candidacy for mayor of Boston, attempting to beat out two other candidates to take over the post long held by Tom "mumbles" Menino.”
“Nicknamed "mumbles" because he was so difficult to understand, Perez de Cuellar kept a low profile and, like Ban, preferred backroom diplomacy, not Annan's bully pulpit.”
““I just want to go back the the circus and pet my doves!” he mumbles, clutching himself, in several scenes.”
“We just keep getting these toothless mumbles about the "big picture.”
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