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Anne-Sophie. born 1963, German violinist


To quietly enter a command not meant for the ears, eyes, or fingers of ordinary mortals. Often used in "mutter an incantation".

See also wizard.
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The mutterers would not leave it alone and suddenly they had a champion Tour member Gary Evans stepped forward to articulate the feelings, so he claimed, of 98 per cent of the Tour players: Montgomerie had compromised the sanctity of the game and had been dealt with too softly by half.
Nigel Mutterers, vice chairman of ICE's Waste Management Board, said:``The general public need to be educated to allay their fears about the dangers of these facilities and understand that refusing them may lead to the much larger problem of millions of tonnes of rubbish with simply nowhere to go.
Using fast feet and the tactical guile of a chess grand master he outflanked the whisperers, mutterers and plotters.