Definition of Sibilating

1. Verb. (present participle of sibilate) ¹



2. Noun. A hissing sound ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Sibilating

1. sibilate [v] - See also: sibilate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sibilating

sibbs
siberian
sibilance
sibilances
sibilancies
sibilancy
sibilant
sibilant consonant
sibilant rale
sibilant rhonchi
sibilantly
sibilants
sibilate
sibilated
sibilates
sibilating (current term)
sibilation
sibilations
sibilator
sibilators
sibilatory
sibilities
sibility
sibilous
sibilus
sibirskite
siblicide
sibling
sibling relations
sibling rivalry

Literary usage of Sibilating

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1. A Clinical Introduction to the Practice of Auscultation, and Other Modes of by Henry Marshall Hughes (1854)
"... which constitute the sibilating rattle or rhoncus ("rale sibilant") of authors. The sonorous rattle then depends upon some obstruction, produced either ..."

2. A clinical introduction to the practice of auscultation, and other modes of by Henry Marshall Hughes (1845)
"... the sound is of a higher pitch; hissing or squeaking noises are then heard, which constitute the sibilating rattle (" rale sibilant") of authors. ..."

3. Music of Nature, Or, An Attempt to Prove that what is Passionate and by William Gardiner (1849)
"... except as an ancient form of Sigma or S;t * Query—Did the Hebrews give their 3 a sibilating sound, or Chaldee? t It is difficult to conceive any other ..."

4. The London Medical Gazette (1835)
""fhe musical or sibilating bellows-soot i is very rarely produced by the heart, mi never in a very distinct manner. The bruit de soufflet may exist in un ..."

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