- adv. In a throaty manner
““Feels good?” he asked throatily, watching the emotions run across my face as he pushed his fingers deeper into me.”
“She looks at me and growls throatily, in a friendly way.”
“When she asks, throatily, "Are we going to have an affair?" he answers, "Yes.”
“On Bedroom Eyes and In My Head, Gundred no less throatily mourns the absence of her husband while she's on tour.”
“Can you believe anyone with a name like that?" she asked, laughing throatily.”
““I never did have much respect for authority.”, she throatily confessed.”
“The moment the President expressed his support for a resolution on deficit-reduction, seven Republican senators suddenly found the resolution they had so ardently, full-throatily called for - and backed - to be too extreme for their liking.”
“She laughed throatily and I suppressed a need to quiver excitedly.”
“‘More,’ she said throatily, falling in with his baiting game, her teeth briefly grating against his salty thumb which he withdrew to place between his lips.”
“‘Oh, yes, Hebe,’ he murmured throatily as he took a step towards her, easily taking her in his arms and moulding her body to his.”
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