- v. Simple past tense and past participle of whisper.
- adj. spoken in soft hushed tones without vibrations of the vocal cords
“And if I thought I caught my name whispered on the breeze, I chose not to acknowledge it.”
“He was wakened in the middle of the night, a word whispered in his ear.”
“Eight months had passed with nothing but the memory of smooth brown legs wrapped around his body and his name whispered in the night.”
“She seems not to hear her name whispered repeatedly from the other side of the bar, not even to notice the flashbulbs that explode each time she turns her profile to the gallery.”
““Caine…” His name whispered longingly from her lips as she brushed the back of her fingers across his cheek.”
“The word whispered with fear in the villages was ninjas.”
“The word whispered in his mind, even though he knew it was nonsense.”
“He heard his name whispered but kept moving, pushing his way through the swinging doors of the courtroom.”
“The name whispered in his mind, and then he slammed to a halt as unconsciousness claimed him.”
“Her name whispered around her, then his mouth covered hers fully, eager and searching.”
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