Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
F. murmurer, L. murmurare, murmurari, fr. murmur, murmur; cf. Gr. to roar and boil, said of water, Skr. marmara, a rustling sound; prob. of imitative origin
She heard the river calling to her, and through its murmur sounded the voice of her loved one from afar.
"Children of the Mist" by Eden Phillpotts
A hum and a murmur ran through the northwestern forests, the hum and murmur of preparation and hope.
"The Forest Runners" by Joseph A. Altsheler
But the actors murmur to each other in Davoser Deutsch, 'She won't come, Palmy!
"Sketches and Studies in Italy and Greece" by John Addington Symonds
But he soon repressed the rising murmur, calmly awaiting the result.
"Traditions of Lancashire, Volume 1 (of 2)" by John Roby
He listened to the murmur of running water.
"The Day of the Beast" by Zane Grey
She softly opened the window, and the confused murmur of voices reached Hugo's ear.
"Hugo" by Arnold Bennett
All sounds were fused into one steady murmur, rather soothing, like the flowing of a river.
"The Forest of Swords" by Joseph A. Altsheler
They heard the confused murmur of many men.
"The Texan Scouts" by Joseph A. Altsheler
A little murmur from the girl behind reminded him of her presence.
"The Lighted Way" by E. Phillips Oppenheim
She was abstractedly murmuring defensive things about the Scotch.
"The Judge" by Rebecca West
These must be ours, but thine are still
The murmur of the stream,
The light and shadow on the hill,
The sunshine and the gleam.
"The Churchyard Tree" by Alexander Anderson
They saw thy wonders wrought,
And then thy praise they sung;
But soon thy works of power forgot,
And murmured with their tongue.
"Psalm 106 part 2" by Isaac Watts
Thou Yarrow of my early dreams,
When Fancy heard thee murmur on,
A light has left all other streams,
And seems to shine on thee alone.
"By Saint Mary's Lake" by Alexander Anderson
Ay, though through desert wastes he roam,
Or scale the rugged mountains,
Or rest beside the murmuring tide
Of weird Hydaspan fountains!
"To Aristius Fuscus" by Eugene Field
I turned and gazed into the west,
The river murmured in my ear
'Gone night, and silence, dreams and rest,
Another day of toil is here.'
"The Isle of Sleep" by Kate Seymour Maclean
She came anon with quiet grace;
And “What,” she murmured, “silent yet!”
He answered, “’Tis a haunted place,
"The Letter L" by Jean Ingelow
Oakland's Art Murmur : Now a Roar.
Best Art Walk That's Not Art Murmur .
Best Art Murmur After Party.
Most murmurs we hear are caused by the valves.
Kings' Fredette goes from mania to murmur .
Some murmurs are present at birth and some develop over time.
Some people hear better than others, and some murmurs become progressively louder over time.
Panting or rapid breathing can also make murmurs hard to hear.
No, it's a murmuration of Starlings.
Scientists say murmurations are the birds' survival tactic.
From the Back Seat in Iran, Murmurs of Unrest.
"It's just a fragment of me, downloading via satellite," one character murmurs.
However, only one, Murmur, a new tribute to R.E.M.
Family and friends of Neely nodded and murmured "thank you" as the sentence was pronounced.
Even before all the votes were counted last month and President Barack Obama was chosen to serve a second term, there were murmurs stirring in some corners of the country.
I am now deeply convinced of having taken the thing right, and also, of course, that a murmur of indignation will spread through the ranks of our colleagues when the work ["Entwurf"] appears, which will take place in a few weeks.
Genesis of general relativity - Discovery of general relativity
A square is a nonempty word of the form xx, as in the English word murmur. A cube is a nonempty word of the form xxx, as in the English sort-of-word shshsh.
Cubefree binary words avoiding long squares
Others murmured that Gravity was the culprit fudging the Quantum.
The Plight of `I Am'
A square is a nonempty word of the form yy , as in the English word murmur.
Simultaneous avoidance of large squares and fractional powers in infinite binary words
Thus, for example, the primitive root of murmur is mur.
Subword Complexity and k-Synchronization