verb (used without object), sib·i·lat·ed, sib·i·lat·ing.
1. to hiss.
verb (used with object), sib·i·lat·ed, sib·i·lat·ing.
2. to utter or pronounce with a hissing sound.
Related Words for sibilate
whisper, disapprove, hoot, whiz, deride, condemn, blow, decry, damn, rasp, shrill, mock, fizz, sizzle, spit, whistle, revile, wheeze, catcall, swish
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Origin: 1650–60; < Latin sībilātus (past participle of sībilāre to hiss); see sibilant, -ate
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