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murmur against (someone or something)

To mutter, whisper, or grumble in an angry, disgruntled manner about someone or something. We all left the meeting murmuring against the additional hours we'd have to work, but, in the end, what choice did we have? Instead of just murmuring against the boss like you always do, why don't you register a complaint with HR?
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murmur at (one)

To mutter or whisper (something) to one. A noun or pronoun can be used between "murmur" and "at" to specify what is being said. She kept murmuring at me throughout the car ride so her parents wouldn't hear her, but I couldn't hear her either! I could hear two students murmuring at each other at the back of the class.
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without a murmur

Without any protest or complaint; in silent compliance. The protesters were arrested without a murmur, and each stepped silently into the police van. I was shocked when I assigned a 10-page paper and my students just sat there without a murmur. Maybe they were still asleep.
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murmur against someone or something

to grumble about someone or something. Everyone was murmuring against the manager. The citizens will begin murmuring about the government soon.
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murmur at (someone or an animal)

to say something softly or indistinctly to someone or an animal. Stop murmuring at me. Speak up! Gene sat alone, murmuring at his favorite cat for over an hour.
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(do something) withˌout a ˈmurmur

(do something) without complaining: She paid the extra money for the trip without a murmur.
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The CE mark follows eMurmur ID's recent US FDA clearance, making the device the only heart murmur detection solution that has received clearance for both the US and European markets.
Critique: A unique and deftly penned novel by an author with a genuine flair for the kind of narrative storytelling that holds the readers rapt attention from beginning to end, "The Murmur of Bees" is unreservedly recommended for community library Contemporary General Fiction collections.
More recently a large study has been performed in which dogs did not show any clinical signs of heart disease, but did have a mediumsevere to severe heart murmur. About 50% of these dogs had signs of heart changes on ultrasound despite not having any clinical signs.
on a 20-year-old female with an anterior mediastinal teratoma mimicking a valvular heart disease with a loud ejection systolic murmur This case report aims to increase the awareness of such rare presentations of anterior mediastinal teratomas that may mimic congenital valvular heart diseases.
Eventually, the murmur gets louder, the heart enlarges and clinical signs develop.
The cause of the murmur is still unknown, but PS1,000 is needed for a scan.
Fredricks claimed that "doppler ultrasound is not as precise as the stethoscope when used by a practiced listener for identifying the source and subtle characteristics of murmurs." His citation for this claim was a review article from more than 20 years ago that offered no evidence in support of the superiority of auscultation over echocardiography to characterize murmurs.
A murmur is an unusual sound heard in between heartbeats.
Hopefully this is the most common type of murmur caused by irregularities on the edges of the heart valves.
Here, wings of death, I spit this murmur that will drown in a sea of
Zenga, who is blind and has a heart murmur, but has a sweet nature and would make a wonderful pet
The common clinical features with which neonates present are heart murmur, cyanosis, congestive cardiac failure along with abnormal chest X-ray findings and abnormal ECG findings.
Q MY doctor told me I have a heart murmur. What does this mean?