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- n. The property of being throaty.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Protuberance or unusual prominence of the throat.
- n. Throaty or guttural character or quality of voice or utterance.
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A great many singers suffer from the defect called "throatiness" of the emission -- that is to say, they attack or start the note in the throat.
I suppose she thinks the throatiness is alluring, but it just sounds like she needs to take a cough mixture.
Everyone in Berlin spoke English, in varying degrees of throatiness.
There was probably some sort of backing track, but you could definitely hear breathing and throatiness.
Kill Joe Benton, the dominant voice had commanded with its distinctive and chilling throatiness.
It seemed so far off, as if the throatiness belonged to somebody else.
But not in its usual voice, somehow; in a lower tone that had a hint of throatiness in it.
She talked much too fast, otherwise her voice was pleasant with a touch of throatiness derived from too many cigarettes.
If one is conscious of nasality or throatiness of voice, it certainly pays to study the subject seriously with an intelligent teacher.
NECK FAULTS: Ewe-necked; throatiness; short and thick.
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