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throatboll | throated | throating | throatlatch | throatwort | throaty | throb | throbbing | throdden | throe | throes




     Guttural; hoarse; having a guttural voice.  Howell.  [1913 Webster]


throaty, adj. (throatier, throatiest)
1 (of a voice) deficient in clarity; hoarsely resonant.
2 guttural; uttered in the throat.
3 having a prominent or capacious throat.

throatily adv. throatiness n.



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