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 for hum
From Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

  170 Moby Thesaurus words for "hum":
     Indian file, anthem, array, articulation, ballad, bank, bel canto,
     birdies, birr, blooping, blurping, bombilate, bombilation,
     bombinate, bombination, boom, booming, bravura, bum, burr, buzz,
     buzzing, carol, catena, catenation, chain, chain reaction,
     chaining, chant, chirp, chirrup, choir, choral singing, chorus,
     coloratura, concatenation, connection, consecution,
     continue the same, continuum, course, croon, crooning, cycle,
     descant, descent, distortion, do-re-mi, drag along, drag on, drone,
     droning, endless belt, endless round, falter, feedback, file,
     filiation, flutter, fluttering, folk singing, gamut, gradation,
     halt, haw, hem, hem and haw, hesitate, hissing, howling,
     hum and haw, humming, hymn, intonate, intonation, intone, lilt,
     line, lineage, low rumbling, lyricism, mammer, minstrel, monotone,
     motorboating, nexus, operatic singing, pendulum, periodicity,
     persist, pipe, plenum, powder train, prevail, progression, psalm,
     purr, purring, quaver, queue, range, rank, recurrence,
     reticulation, rotation, roulade, round, routine, row, rumble, run,
     run through, scale, scat, scat singing, scratching, sequence,
     serenade, series, shake, shredding, sing, sing in chorus, singing,
     single file, sol-fa, sol-fa exercise, solfeggio, solmizate,
     solmization, song, spectrum, squeals, stammer, static, string,
     stumble, stutter, succession, swath, thread, thrum, thrumming,
     tier, tonic sol-fa, train, tremolo, trill, troll, tweedle,
     tweedledee, twit, twitter, vocal music, vocalization, vocalize,
     warble, warbling, whir, whirring, whistle, whistles, whiz,
     whizzing, windrow, woomping, wow, wowwows, yodel, yodeling
  
  

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