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  • n. Plural form of mumbler.


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  • (Mr Kenny has gone for a personality make-over to stop his salivating demons to emasculate his '' mumblers '' in FG.

    Indymedia Ireland

  • Usually, they're written and played as either hyper-tense shouters or anguished mumblers.

    A 'Justified' Outing For A Loose-Cannon Lawman

  • The other students are all women, which makes conversation easier – men in rural Japan are terrible mumblers.

    There must be something in the water « Gin&Comment

  • TeacherReviews. com and PickAProf. com, for example, let undergraduates read anonymous evaluations of professors by their former students and help them avoid any mumblers or those disinclined to give good grades.


  • A new society has been formed by our mumblers, to help each other in times of excreamisis.

    Pronounced difficulties

  • When New York subway tokens were brass, the clerks who sold them were faceless mumblers behind bulletproof glass.

    Today's WSJ in Photos: Oct. 3, 2007

  • NEW YORK -- When subway tokens were brass, the clerks who sold them were faceless mumblers behind bars, and later scowling mumblers behind bulletproof glass.

    A Helping Hand,

  • This page was supposed to feature two things: a nice picture of a pet, and a nice chart which would help illustrate what mumblers pets are.

    Your Disgusting Head

  • A little older, a little colder: and already are they mystifiers, and mumblers and mollycoddles.

    Thus spake Zarathustra; A book for all and none

  • The pigeon mumblers, the candy store owners, the construction crews give this man a large contract to tell the story of Brooklyn and Queens at the end of the century, which is one of the great untold stones America offers.

    Meet the Audubon Of Grand Army Plaza


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