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10 Words for Describing Speaking

1. He yelled.
2. She screamed.
3. I whispered. (= spoke in an extremely quiet voice)
4. We chatted. (= had an informal conversation)
5. He mumbled. (= spoke in a low voice, not clearly, without opening his mouth much)
6. My kids whined. (= complained)
7. He rambled. / He went on and on. (= talked too much without stopping)
8. She stammered.
9. I snapped at my husband. (= said a quick and angry remark)
10. He muttered. (= spoke in a low voice, usually making complaints or negative comments)
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