whisperer

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whisperer (plural whisperers)

  1. Someone who whispers.
  2. Someone who tells secrets; a gossip.
  3. Someone who is skilled in taming or training a certain kind of animal, using gentle vocal commands and body language as opposed to physical contact. See horse whisperer.
  4. (Transferable from #3, figurative) Someone who has an uncanny ability to control or manipulate a certain thing or person.

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