Review for Harry Potter and the Sun Source
(#) CrimsonRogue 2009-01-23 01:52:51 PM
Yes, you can say things quietly without muttering, murmuring or whispering. In fact using "quietly" or "softly" is recommended if you're trying to convey that the individual speaking is carrying on a normal conversation, just at lower volume.
Muttering, whispering and murmuring all have connotations that don't send the same message as "spoke softly" or "said quietly"
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