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Daemon
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curse (someone or something) under (one's) breath

To say threatening, consternated, or disgruntled remarks (toward someone or something) in a very soft or indistinct voice, such that no one else can hear or understand them clearly. More...

KSPavan
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curse (someone or something) under (one's) breath — To say threatening, consternated, or disgruntled remarks (toward someone or something) in a very soft or indistinct voice, such that no one else can hear or understand them clearly.
Emel Rapchan
Posted: Tuesday, May 1, 2018 4:48:13 PM

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curse (someone or something) under (one's) breath

- While I was getting out home, mom was cursing me under her breath saying that nothing was going to be good if I wouldn't stay at home with her. She hoped not being right, but she was. I didn't succeed in life as I was mind.
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