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  • The feel of his dick throbbing against my tongue as I deep-throated him made me squirm in my damn chair.

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  • Mingled with the roar of the surf was a continuous, deep-throated barking or bellowing, which came from a cluster of jagged rocks a hundred yards out from shore.

    Page 4

  • The rimed norn, now icebrood, raised a deep-throated war cry and ran at the heroes.

    GuildWars Edge of Destiny

  • I deep-throated a mic stand and scratched my esophagus.

    Get Laid or Die Trying

  • Then again, there's Josh Krajcik, the former burrito slinger who has managed to use his deep-throated rocker voice to transform songs like "Jar of Hearts" and "Dirty Diana" into raw, radio-ready Kracjcik originals.

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  • The devil offered Angie his right hand, and her eyes practically deep-throated him at the table as she shook it.

    Ramona: That's What I Want!

  • The key is that they are said so quickly and confidentially -- think of Limbaugh's theatrical and deep-throated delivery -- that they sound self-evident.

    Mark Green: FOX's Six Tricks: How to Spot the Next Sherrod

  • That kind of growth is fueled by prodigious appetite, and in a group situation, at feeding time, they are viciously competitive, using their dense bodies to check, and their sharp teeth to bite, and their deep-throated barks to intimidate.

    The Dirty Life

  • Sometimes, she pushes at me with her little fists and furrows her wee face into a scowl and issues her command that I retreat in a terrible little voice that is somehow at once deep-throated and high-pitched.

    Mommy Dearest | Her Bad Mother

  • Tranquilo, her aunt murmured, making a deep-throated humming sound to calm the bird.

    Bound for Mexico, a short story

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