stage-whispers love

Definitions

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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of stage-whisper.

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Examples

  • Every mangled limb, every shattered facade, every act of conditioned violence stage-whispers “Sacrifice” amid the gently weeping sound track and the faded – Saturday Evening Post color palette, with the overall effect evoking stateliness, esteem, even nostalgia — emotional luxuries that only a comfortable remove can give to the hectic, terrifying nature of combat.

    Getting Their Guns Off

  • Every mangled limb, every shattered facade, every act of conditioned violence stage-whispers “Sacrifice” amid the gently weeping sound track and the faded – Saturday Evening Post color palette, with the overall effect evoking stateliness, esteem, even nostalgia — emotional luxuries that only a comfortable remove can give to the hectic, terrifying nature of combat.

    Getting Their Guns Off

  • Every mangled limb, every shattered facade, every act of conditioned violence stage-whispers “Sacrifice” amid the gently weeping sound track and the faded – Saturday Evening Post color palette, with the overall effect evoking stateliness, esteem, even nostalgia — emotional luxuries that only a comfortable remove can give to the hectic, terrifying nature of combat.

    Getting Their Guns Off

  • "Any ladies you've got your eye on?" she old-lady stage-whispers, leaning in like a drunk.

    Una LaMarche: Emmys: The Live Blog

  • The editor guy stage-whispers to Jay, “The kid's gonna be all right as long as he doesn't let this stuff go to his head.”

    Conjugating Verbs

  • But as dessert was being served, he turned to me and said in one of the least silent stage-whispers imaginable: Whos the deaf geezer at the other end of the table?

    A Question of Honour

  • My mom glances sidelong at me and stage-whispers, “I like this girl,” which sends her and Renée into fits of well-choreographed laughter.

    Venomous

  • My mom glances sidelong at me and stage-whispers, “I like this girl,” which sends her and Renée into fits of well-choreographed laughter.

    Venomous

  • It's a delicate little trick, that flick -- you either miss the sleight of hand and get sucked in, or you laugh when Criss Angel makes the fat tourist disappear under the tablecloth, eventually spiralling down into a nitrous-oxide like paroxysm every time your buddy waggles his hands and stage-whispers "MIND FREEEEEEEAAAAAK!"

    El Orfanato

  • It's a delicate little trick, that flick -- you either miss the sleight of hand and get sucked in, or you laugh when Criss Angel makes the fat tourist disappear under the tablecloth, eventually spiralling down into a nitrous-oxide like paroxysm every time your buddy waggles his hands and stage-whispers "MIND FREEEEEEEAAAAAK!"

    Archive 2008-01-06

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