- 【发音】“嬷嬷” → 老嬷嬷伤了年纪，口齿不清，喃喃自语 → 咕哝
v.make complaining remarks or noises under one's breath
○ she grumbles when she feels overworked
v.speak softly or indistinctly
○ She murmured softly to the baby in her arms
I heard a sort of choking murmur and part of a laugh, followed by DAisY's voice on a clear and artificial voice
When he politely lifted his HAT to them, and showed his curling yellow hair, there was a slight murmur of admiration
He sat listening to the murmur of the little brook.
To murmur to oneself, keep on chattering though no one is listening, make unilateral declaration
He heard a low murmur of voices and In the same Instant his consciousness recorded without bitterness the fact that…
`I don't know, officer,' replied the Parsee, listening attentively to a confused murmur which came through the thick branches
Echoes from the past times when they had exchanged tender words all the day long came like the diffused murmur of a Seashore…
I heard again the multitudinous murmur of the city.
The murmur swelled into a roar.
There 's some respiratory murmur in your heart.