Muttered [verb]

Definition of Muttered:

grumble, mumble

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Opposite/Antonyms of Muttered:


Sentence/Example of Muttered:

“Not but what she would have royal example,” muttered Tibble aside.

"He must have stolen it," muttered Halbert, looking after Robert with disappointment and chagrin.

"Nothing but a half loaf, and that's dry enough," muttered the stranger.

“I hope he will yet give the mounseer a good shaking,” muttered Smallbones.

"A six-foot stave throws a twelve-foot shadow," he muttered.

He held her to him and muttered incoherencies until she gasped.

"The whole Howard lot's a stuck-up set," muttered the farmer.

"If there's anythin' doin', I'm up against it here," he muttered to himself.

"The mare's actin' as if she'd a cup of tea, too," muttered her companion, Ned.

"Ned'll ride Diablo, sure; there's nothin' else to it," he muttered.