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- n. Plural form of sigher.
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You are starting to sympathize with the sighers and whisperers in the audience!
Let us think together, if you will; I put aside the army of vulgar sighers.
Cain, and all his brood, with Judas and his companions, must be their fellow-sighers in the flames and pangs for ever.
Pardon me for doubting you, oh sighers, but in a well-told narrative, that’s almost never true.
“Okay,” the sighers concede reluctantly, “I can sort of see that, if we want to reduce the discussion to marketing terms.
I’ve heard some Italian women come close, but they never quite attain the same nuances as the best Jewish sighers.