Definition of susurrous in US English:

susurrous

adjective

literary
  • See susurrus

    • ‘A susurrous gloom cloaks these stories as if the country's collective malaise traveled on the wind.’
    • ‘Other than the occasional audible smile or groan, not much happens other than a continuous susurrous clicking of the keyboards.’
    • ‘Reduced to susurrous cynicism and sardonic contempt, they perfunctorily perform their functions, a distant look in their now empty eyes.’
    • ‘Gather what voyage you can, a sound far into water, susurrous in the array of salt and drifting sunlight, what is left for us to live.’
    • ‘The trees waved with a susurrous rustle, low, drowsy, and languid like the warm fall air.’

Pronunciation

susurrous

/so͝oˈsərəs/