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1. The sound of the bell was muffled by the curtains.
2. There was a muffled explosion somewhere on their right.
3. The falling snow muffled the sound of our footsteps.
4. Every sound was muffled, every noise changed to something soft and musical. No more tramping hoofs, no more rattling wheels! Only the chiming of the sleigh-bells, beating as swift and merrily as the hearts of children.
5. I could hear muffled voices in the next room.
6. She muffled up her face in her shawl.
7. Her voice was muffled by the pillow in which she had hidden her face.
8. She muffled herself up well.
9. There was the muffled sound of organ practice coming from the chapel.
10. She muffled her throat with a scarf.
11. I could hear muffled voices next door but couldn't make out any words.
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12. She heard him let out a pitiful, muffled groan.
13. She muffled the child up in a blanket.
14. He walked out into the snow, heavily muffled in a thick scarf and warm overcoat.
15. I caught the muffled thud of a car door slamming in the street.
16. A bell can be muffled with cloth.
17. I was muffled up against the cold in a scarf and hat.
18. He muffled his face and went to sleep.
19. Penelope arrived, muffled up in a thick coat.
20. The bear exposed its teeth in a muffled growl.
21. The muffled roar of traffic could be heard in the distance.
22. She heard a muffled cough behind her.
23. They muffled up her head with a blanket.
24. It was muffled on trade-union reform and taxation policy.
25. In the bows the boatman's wife sat muffled from head to foot, invisible behind her veil,(Sentencedict.com) anonymous.
26. He listened to the muffled sound waver and fall in pitch, like a faraway siren.
27. It was still very cold and everyone was muffled up in coats and scarves and gloves.
28. Our suspicions were first aroused when we heard a muffled scream.
29. The report concluded that business pressure on the government had muffled the impact of the legislation.
30. It takes imagination to understand what is needed when sounds become muffled, distorted, unclear or even non-existent.