Mumble

usgb/ˈmʌmbl/Volume
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Informal ContextPlay
Use 'mumble' for casual or informal situations, not in formal communication. SlideTalking to his friends, he mumbled the details of his weekend plans.
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Unclear SpeechPlay
'Mumble' suggests the speaker is not enunciating clearly, often on purpose or out of habit. SlideHe always mumbles his name so I never learn it.
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Lack of ConfidencePlay
Mumbling can reflect a lack of confidence or discomfort in speaking. SlideNervous, she mumbled her presentation to the class.