A little older, a little colder: and already are they mystifiers, and mumblers
The victory would go to the dynamic and not the dithering, to the communicator and not the mumbler
In his later years - thanks to Spitting Image and Private Eye - Coleman was unfairly portrayed as a gaffeprone mumbler
I do not like intercoms because I am a natural mumbler
with a slight lisp and for some reason I always end up having to spell something containing an S and an F.
I couldn't tell if he was mocking me or was just a mumbler
Such a dialectic might also emerge in works such as McQueen's Mumbler
, 2001, a video shot from the top of a television of the artist lounging on a bed in a hotel room.
Tea party/right wing," "conservative stooges," "crackpots," "fringe," "lightweight," "zealot," "national embarrassment," "believes in nothing, stands for nothing, lies about everything," "froth-at-the-mouth," "white supremacist," "homophobe," "misogynist," "wrinkled, toothless mumbler
," "no sense of direction," "paranoid cave dweller.
The only problem was that the last rabbi we had engaged, a bearded mumbler
in Orthodox garb who whispered something over my grandmother's grave, pocketed the white envelope from my grandfather's hand, and slipped off into the night, did not leave us with the most inspired feeling toward the clergymen of our faith.
I'm a pretty bad mumbler
myself, so it was a short and messy conversation.
In short, whether the accused mumbler
is Protestant or Catholic, speaking Latin or the vernacular, Mazzio holds that moments of mutual incomprehension illuminate fractures in the community.
We've listened to the mumbler
, the reader, the statue, the unprepared, and the boring.
Alas, Fehr, although trusted with the most lines, turns out to be a mumbler
of the worst degree and we can't remotely figure out what he's saying.