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Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Definitions for susurrant

  1. softly murmuring; whispering.

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Citations for susurrant
This was our beginning, when the insistent squaw of seagulls crashing after urchins, susurrant grasses, and groggy frogs, the thin pitch, high pierce of insects was our music on any clear morning. Christine Schutt, A Day, A Night, Another Day, Summer, 1996
She had one of those honeyed susurrant voices that soothed like the pressure of hands or wind or warmth. John Dufresne, Deep in the Shade of Paradise, 2002
Origin of susurrant
1785-1795
Susurrant entered English in the late 1700s from the Latin meaning "to whisper."