Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who whispers, or speaks in a low, soft, rustling voice, or under the breath.
- n. One who tells secrets, or makes secret and mischievous communications; a talebearer; an informer.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who whispers.
- n. A tattler; one who tells secrets; a conveyer of intelligence secretly; hence; a backbiter; one who slanders secretly.
- n. one who speaks in a whisper
“Your suggestion of becomng a monkey whisperer is truly inspiring and a lot more practical than I could have ever imagined.”
“Yet wait, wait, wait," implored another whisperer from the Earth.”
“Be not called a whisperer, and be not taken in thy tongue, and confounded.”
“That can you not, my Lord, for the whisperer will be a woman.”
“This week brings the publication of a book next to which Truss seems a mild-mannered word whisperer.”
“His son used to boast how his reverence met his sire as they both rode towards Mallow, and charged him with being a confederate of the wicked one, and how the "whisperer" laid the priest's horse under a spell, and forthwith led him a weary chase among the cross roads, till he promised in despair to let Sullivan alone for ever.”
“5: 16, "Be not called a tale-bearer [Douay: 'whisperer']" says: "i.e. a backbiter.”
“[BTW, what the hell's up with the word "whisperer"?”
“[Douay: 'whisperer'] and the double-tongued is accursed. ”
“Her escapades with a coke-snorting horse whisperer are particularly entertaining.”
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