whisper

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Pronunciation[change]

Verb[change]

Plain form
whisper

Third-person singular
whispers

Past tense
whispered

Past participle
whispered

Present participle
whispering

The child is whispering in the ear of the woman
  1. When you whisper to someone, you talk very quietly; to talk with breath but no voice, with a quiet sound like the wind, so only people very near can hear what you say.
    Some people at the back of the room were whispering secrets.


Noun[change]

Singular
whisper

Plural
whispers

  1. A whisper is an act of talking to someone very quietly.