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  • v. To perform a stage whisper.


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  • I turned back to the stove and heard Samson stage-whisper, “How open is your relationship, exactly?”

    How to Flirt with A Naked Werewolf

  • I stage-whisper, No! I'm laughing! though there are tears in my eyes, and now I have no idea anymore what I'm doing.


  • Why do they go into paroxysms if you tiptoe up to them and stage-whisper, “Landslide!”

    Ninth Inning

  • In a wide-ranging interview with CP this week, Flanagan said last week's budget was the final flourish to a stage-whisper campaign that's left Ottawa unable to mount any sort of meaningful initiative over the next few years.

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  • Although there's usually a figurative image in Murray's work -- or a stage-whisper of one -- the painting itself is always the thing.

    Coloring Outside the Lines

  • To which the Obama campaign has finally started to stage-whisper..and what proof of Hillary's vast executive experience as First Lady and alledged Co-President has she provided to the American People?

    If "every campaign is... a narrative," what's Hillary Clinton's narrative?

  • She points people out on the street and comments in a loud stage-whisper about their weight, how badly they are dressed, their ethnicity, or speculates about their sexuality.

    Archive 2006-09-01

  • Whether it's the exuberant everyman who saved his money to buy a week's pass in order to watch the golf and make regular stage-whisper asides to his new friends ringing the green, or the people on expense accounts entertaining clients and chugging beer and acting like they're at a Giants game, it all comes with the territory for professional golfers in New York.

    New York Is Golf City!

  • He then took my tobacco-pouch from the angry Badawin, and in a stage-whisper reproved me for entrusting it to such thieves; insisting, at the same time, upon drinking all the coffee, so that the poor guides had to prepare some for themselves.

    Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah and Meccah

  • “Mada, I forgot to ask you something,” he said in a stage-whisper, drawing her aside.

    Maurice Guest


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