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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 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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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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Danni Holder, kennel supervisor at the Coundon Wedge Drive centre, said: "Sheldon has already been through so much and now we have found out he has a heart murmur, which is something we really need to look into further.
A heart murmur is usually detected when the doctor listens to the heart with a stethoscope, Dr.
Many heart murmurs in dogs are not clinically significant to them initially.
Inclusion criteria included in study were all intramural neonates with murmurs, all neonates admitted to neonatal intensive care (NICU) with murmurs, any neonate attending the OPD with a murmur.
In children, murmurs often signify a hole in the heart.
She said: "The doctors' advice was to stay away from physical activity but I got into freestyle disco dancing when I was very little and loved it so much I didn't let the murmur stop me.
A A murmur is a noise made by blood flowing through the heart, its valves, and the nearby vessels.
This study ("Prevalence of echocardiographic evidence of cardiac disease in apparently healthy cats with murmurs," Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery, 2011) studied 32 owned cats that were considered healthy based upon history and physical examination except for a heart murmur on auscultation.
To determine if a heart murmur is a symptom of a more serious problem, a doctor may order tests, including a chest x-ray, an electrocardiogram, or an echocardiogram.
A team of EES wrestlers called Murmur from the Latuko and Nuba tribes faced Koriom from CES, which was made up of Mundari and Dinka Bor wrestlers.
A new, loud systolic murmur in a patient with a ST-segment elevation myocardial infarct often indicates VSR when the murmur is loudest along the left sternal border or mitral regurgitation due to papillary muscle rupture/ dysfunction when the murmur is loudest at the cardiac apex.
The heart murmur systolic ejection second left interspace and heart murmur diastolic decrescendo second left interspace.
Hatton, 30, who has a heart murmur, has been told to lay off the booze and improve his diet.
2 : to be filled with a low hum or murmur <The room buzzed with excitement.