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  • n  a low continuous indistinct sound; often accompanied by movement of the lips without the production of articulate speech

  • Moreover, like humans, they occasionally go crazy over a popular bird tune number, most of the birds in a murmuration repeating it over over until at last they get tired of it .
  • Desperately, Johnson tried to keep the party peace ("This is definitely a time for America to unite"), but a partisan murmuration had already begun.
  • But this play has little magic: only a stab of pathos, now and then, in a wilderness of plight; or a flash of color, humor, poetry amid constant murmuration.

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