Re*mur"mur (r?-m?r"m?r), v. t. & i. [Pref. re- + murmur: cf. F. remurmurare.]

To murmur again; to utter back, or reply, in murmurs.

The trembling trees, in every plain and wood, Her fate remurmur to the silver flood. Pope.

 

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