Third-person singular simple present indicative form of whisper.(verb)
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Use "whispers" in a sentence
"Although your peers may think that’s something “cool,” everyone he comes into contact with who hears his name whispers behind his back."
"The spirit of the place descended upon Saxon and Billy, and they walked softly, speaking in whispers, almost afraid to go in through the open ports."
"Yellow Handkerchief took the tiller, issuing his orders in whispers; and from our position at the time, and from the alteration of the sail, which I could dimly make out above me as a blot against the stars, I knew the junk was being headed into the mouth of a small slough which emptied at that point into San Rafael Creek."