She was given to laughter and when anything amused her, she laughed inaudibly, quivering and shaking all over till she felt ill.
"Lizaveta," murmured Raskolnikov hardly audibly.
He walked right to the table, leaned his hand on it, tried to say something, but could not; only incoherent sounds were audible.
"Then how do you know about it?" she asked again, hardly audibly and again after a minute’s pause.
"You had better tell me straight outů. without examples," she begged, still more timidly and scarcely audibly.
Who is a murderer?" muttered Raskolnikov hardly audibly.
"You are not Amalia Ivanovna, but Amalia Ludwigovna, and as I am not one of your despicable flatterers like Mr. Lebeziatnikov, who’s laughing behind the door at this moment (a laugh and a cry of ’they are at it again’ was in fact audible at the door) so I shall always call you Amalia Ludwigovna, though I fail to understand why you dislike that name.
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She spoke in a barely audible whisper.
It was so quiet, our breathing was the only thing audible in the room.