Examples of mumble in a Sentence
He mumbled something and then left.
He mumbled “Goodbye” and then left.
I can't understand you when you mumble.
Recent Examples of mumble from the Web
Spencer Platt Getty Images As Facebook (fb, +0.40%) CEO Mark Zuckerberg finished his forced march through Congress, his inquisitors were left mumbling confusedly about data-scraping and the Dark Web.
As the antithesis to mumble rap, KRIT is the bridge from the Golden Era of Southern Rap to the modern mixtape and Soundcloud era.
The researchers found that the majority (59 percent) of the nighttime utterances were unintelligible or nonverbal, including mumbling, whispering and laughing.
The lawsuit said that a sheriff's deputy became alarmed after seeing Garza mumbling to himself and standing on a chair.
Ana mumbling something about the font size for Boyce Fox’s book cover.
At the hearings last week, no one seemed to mumble.
The report said the male was mumbling and not making sense.
Rada and La Cou head the pack; the men are swaying along arm in arm, mumbling a tune.
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Origin and Etymology of mumble
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
MUMBLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of mumble for English Language Learners
: to say (something) quietly in an unclear way that makes it difficult for people to know what you said
MUMBLE Defined for Kids
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