Whisper may refer to:

  • whispering, a form of phonation

Read more about Whisper:  In Fiction, In Music, Other

Other articles related to "whisper":

A Whisper In The Noise
... A Whisper in the Noise is a musical project of composer West Thordson ... be associated with the band's umbral sound, the instrumentation of A Whisper in the Noise has included the cello, violin, French horn, synth/electronic keyboard, bass guitar, and percussion in some ...
Whisper - Other
... Daiichi Kosho Whisper, a Japanese paramotor Whisper, the third episode of theAir TV series Whisper (comics), 80s comic book series published by First Comics and continued by Boom! Studios Eurocopter Colibri ... Whisper, Bold's mate from The Animals of Farthing Wood ... Whisper (cartridge), a type of wildcat cartridge for firearms which emphasizes subsonic speed for use with suppressors ...
Secret And Whisper
... Secret and Whisper (often typeset as Secret Whisper) was a post-hardcore band from Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada ... Secret and Whisper formed after the band Stutterfly replaced their departed vocalist and decided on a new name ...
Batman: Gothic - Plot
... Whisper" is killing off five mobsters bosses one by one ... Whisper with a hideous event in Bruce Wayne's school days, a bargain reminiscent of Don Giovanni, and the Gotham City Cathedral ... Whisper, and also Mr ...
Michael Esposito - Filmography
... Dead Whisper (2006) Paranormal Labs Ghosts - Dead Whisper (2008) The House (2008) Ghost Asylum (2009) The Sallie House - Gateway to the Paranormal (2009) Dead Whisper In Search of Ghosts and the Supernatural (2009) ...

Famous quotes containing the word whisper:

    Then whisper by that holy spring,
    Where for her sake I would have died,
    Whilst those water-nymphs did bring
    Flowers to cure what she had tried;
    And of my faith and love did sing.
    Henry Vaughan (1622–1695)

    Down, wanton, down! Have you no shame
    That at the whisper of Love’s name,
    Or Beauty’s, presto! up you raise
    Your angry head and stand at gaze?
    Robert Graves (1895–1985)

    It is harder to kill a whisper than even a shouted calumny.
    Mary Stewart (b. 1916)