WHISPER - SAY something very quietly, using your breath rather than your throat, so that only one person can hear you., SIGH - LET OUT a deep breath, as a way of expressing feelings such as disappointment, tiredness, or pleasure, GRUNT - MAKE a low sound, especially because you are annoyed or not interested in something, MOAN - MAKE a low sound, usually because you are unhappy or in pain, SHRIEK - MAKE a short, very loud cry, for example out of surprise, pain, or laughter., WHINE - [disapproval] COMPLAIN in an annoying way about something unimportant., SNAP - SPEAK in a sharp, unfriendly way., MUTTER - SPEAK very quietly not to be heard often because you are complaining about something, STUTTER - HAVE difficulty speaking because of difficulties to say the first sound of a word, BELLOW - SHOUT angrily in a loud, deep voice,


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