“She…one day on a walk near the Potomac, she kept yelling the names of her two dogs, who had taken off unexpectedly on their own; she got hoarser and hoarser—as if they were the ones in danger.”
“The Mystery of Edwin Drood by Charles DickensDickens's last novel is set in the precincts of the cathedral of Cloisterham. "… a city of another and a bygone time is Cloisterham, with its hoarse Cathedral bell, its hoarse rooks hovering about the Cathedral tower, its hoarser and less distinct rooks in the stalls far beneath.”
“Another rumble, hoarser and more ominous than before, lifted itself and hushed the robins and the squirrels.”
“There were lip-exclamations of approval on the part of the women, and hoarser notes of confirmation came from the men.”
“So she opened her mouth, closed it again, and then somehow, her voice even hoarser than usual, got the words out.”
“She could hear his breathing, hoarser and louder than it had been.”
“His voice sounded hoarser than usual to his own sharp ears.”
“His voice had grown hoarser and hoarser as he spoke.”
“Speechifying had left his raspy voice even hoarser than usual.”
“Billy screamed at the watchtowers, but his voice sounded hoarser than before.”
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