mumbler mumbler


  • (n) a person who speaks softly and indistinctly



  1. My grandfather was a mumbler, my uncle is a mumbler, and I'm a mumbler too.
  2. But Steiger was no mumbler; he spat his lines with acid precision.
  3. He wrote for the student paper, the Echoes, and though a chronic mumbler, became a star of the debating team.



  • Influential blogger PZ Myers wrote that the suspension does Cold Spring Harbor "no good: it's a declaration that their director must be an inoffensive, mealy-mouthed mumbler who never challenges (even stupidly)."
    on Oct 26, 2007 By: PZ Myers Source: Boston Globe (registration)

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tacit tacit
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