So I rest my hands in my lap and he hisses, "Don't touch those!"
From the moment you leave the gate there is a sequence of strange noises, hisses, clunks, roars, juddering, and sudden levitation.
So I leave the wheel alone and he hisses, "Don't touch that!"
Many of his Spaniards had pursued Luther, as he left the diet, with hisses and shouts of scorn.
There were hisses from the crowd and cries of protest, but that was all.
Williams got to his coach amidst a tempest of hisses and curses.
To the silence of a moment before had succeeded a babel of shrieks and hisses.
Whence comes this universal competition in hisses and derision from one end of the world to the other?
That is taken only with broad and obscene wit, and hisses any thing too deep for him.
He may bring his favorites back with many an encore and may show his disapproval with hisses that would drown the gallery.
to express contempt (Job 27:23). The destruction of the temple is thus spoken of (1 Kings 9:8). Zechariah (10:8) speaks of the Lord gathering the house of Judah as it were with a hiss: "I will hiss for them." This expression may be "derived from the noise made to attract bees in hiving, or from the sound naturally made to attract a person's attention."