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Examples

  • They made it seem like you could hypnotize someone deeply with a few pats on the shoulder and a low-spoken voice.

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  • The low-spoken question he asked Harry revealed nothing.

    Drive-by-Shooting Sundays: The Antisocial Social Worker

  • She shivered at his low-spoken love words, sensing a depth in them that defied a twenty-four-hour acquaintance.

    Forbidden Enchantment

  • For some primitive, irrational reason, his low-spoken declaration shot through her center, a flash of hot desire.

    Forbidden Enchantment

  • As I stand thinking of these things, there come dropping on to my head from above the low-spoken, ashen-grey words:

    Through Russia

  • His low-spoken words were caught by some trick distinctly in my water pool.

    Seven Pillars of Wisdom

  • Sir Charles so counseled Basil in a low-spoken aside.

    The English Witch

  • Now, faced with this disorder, for a moment Perdikkas expected to hear approaching the brisk impatient footsteps; the crisp low-spoken reprimand, the high ringing voice creating instant stillness.

    Funeral Games

  • Their low-spoken words made a blur of sound in his ears, strange and unsettling.

    The Weapon Shops of Isher

  • There followed a period of silence and a low-spoken command from below.

    The Meadow-Brook Girls Afloat

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