At the same time, Peckinpah is leaning over your shoulder, whispering that David has brought a lot of this on himself.
The World Wide Web is whispering that it's actually a reference to Avril Lavigne's own, well, “kitty.”
Observes one staffer, “How humiliating it must be for him to be sitting out there with all those people [gawking and whispering.]”
I will watch alone, whispering “thank you” to Mike Duxbury and his slightly crooked eye, praying hard for victory.
Occasionally, when Brie focuses very hard, her loved ones can briefly sense her, can hear her whispering in their ears.
The chair, whispering, sagged and yielded as if to the pressure of some light, sweet burden.
The sergeant was already there, whispering to Colonel Winchester.
He wondered whether Britt, cowed, was whispering the information.
Suddenly there was a hum and a stir and a buzz of whispering in the room.
"To treachery oppose treachery," replied Chaudieu, whispering the words in his companion's ear.
Old English hwisprian "speak very softly" (only in a Northumbrian gloss for Latin murmurare), from Proto-Germanic *khwis- (cf. Middle Dutch wispelen, Old High German hwispalon, German wispeln, wispern, Old Norse hviskra "to whisper"), imitative and probably related to Old English hwistlian "to whistle." Related: Whispered; whispering. The noun is from 1590s.