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Things murmur often describes (“murmur ________”)
syndrome, complex, swells, woods, fills, present, god

Descriptive words:
systolic, low, diastolic, soft, loud, continuous, faint, mitral, general, aortic, presystolic, confused, apical, vesicular, cardiac, gentle, distant, harsh, deep, holosystolic, late, slight, subdued, short, pitched, hoarse, dull, characteristic, indistinct, innocent, pansystolic, respiratory, audible, tricuspid, angry, musical, functional, double, typical, vague, inarticulate, rough, decrescendo, hollow, quiet, pleasant, steady, sullen, midsystolic, sweet, feeble, constant, soothing, pulmonic, middiastolic, endocardial, monotonous, occasional, strange, slightest, distinct, suppressed, plaintive, excited, organic, louder, muffled, faintest, ceaseless, prolonged, pulmonary, ominous, rumbling, drowsy, shaped, solemn, universal, fro, sympathetic, precordial, expiratory, incessant, hushed, off, inaudible

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Book See murmur used in context: 10 rhymes, 4 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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