- n. Plural form of whisperer.
“In the past, if the "whisperers" or note scribblers were found out, Teacher could stand them in front of class & shame them for their nastiness and sneakiness.”
“It was a time when countless series were set in morgues and when ghost hunters, mediums, "whisperers" and professional paranormals proliferated.”
“It doesn't seem that Jonathan Martin or the Republican whisperers, let alone the Democratic elite, have learned a damn thing from history.”
“Dedicated to Sean and Rose Prescott, the writer whisperers.”
“Beyond the obvious necessities—the promoter, the trainer, the manager, the lawyers—there is often a thicket of associates, surrogates, whisperers and glommer-onners.”
“It is unclear to me who will be the new children whisperers if we can ever wrestle our kids from the clutches of all the purveyors of pop culture who stand to make a buck from exploiting them and pitting them against each other.”
“These text whisperers, the ones who hear things in my texts, would have me believe that the flash text wants to be something other than it is.”
“Big Brother needs to come down hard on rule-breakers and decree all whisperers and plotters sleep directly between Jedward in the double bed.”
“Does it make sense, said the whisperers in nearby Pylos, to build golf courses in an arid land, or to ask tens of thousands of people a year to fly in from around the world and threaten a virgin coastline?”
“There's barely a word about the number of rarely seen kitchen workers and truck drivers who rise many hours before dawn to deliver sustenance to the lips of Washington whisperers.”
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