He was mumbling in his sleep.
You were mumbling in your sleep about killing people.
Mumbling curses, he answered the phone.
Through it she heard the mumbling of the reverend, but not the words.
Janet arrived, mumbling apologies as the guests began coming downstairs to breakfast.
While Cynthia was telephoning and Fred mumbling, Donnie came downstairs to the dining room.
Josh accepted, mumbling that he wasn't drunk, but some coffee sounded good.
He made a mumbling sound in confirmation of this, took her hand, and began pressing it to different parts of his breast as if trying to find the right place for it.
mumbling, then something about Len and a cell phone.
What is news is the fact that this woman who was incoherently mumbling to her webcam not so long ago, somehow, maybe by some sort of voodoo magic, landed herself a billionaire.
He heard Arnie's mumble, Lana's voice, more mumbling in response.
I suddenly realize what I've done and mumbling some excuse, I stumble outside.
mumblehe end Rachael decided to be generous, mumbling something about how the pack should please anyone who's just bought a Spectrum.
mumblen>Mumbling an excuse, he went on into the kitchen.
mumbleell to the floor mumbling incoherently sounding like a lunatic.
mumbleCanadian telecom regulator (the CRTC) has been mumbling about Do Not Call for some years.
mumble and forth the chord shapes, go, little sketches of tunes mumbling along with them.
mumblespan>mumbling around vaguely while " working " you've probably left him the impression that maybe you *are* interested.
mumble decided he were David Beckham and goes round mumbling in this stupid voice, flicking his fringe and practicing his free kicks.
K-dog calls up Fiddy and asks for help so everyone's favorite mumbling rapper gathers G-Unit together for some traditional smackdown back up.
Enemies in the game will curse at you, laugh hysterically or make some inaudible mumbling.
According to witnesses, Hasselhoff was incoherent, mumbling and experiencing problems with his balance.
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