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  • adv. In a harsh or throaty manner.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In a guttural manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a guttural manner.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in a guttural manner


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  • Sometimes they call gutturally to each other and stop to shift shoulders.

    Men, Women and Ghosts

  • Rowelled by the squeaky music to recollection of old-world ports and places, Borckman lay on his face on the hot planking, beat a tattoo with his naked toes, and gutturally muttered an unending monologue of curses.


  • He's gruffly lyrical at the opening but soon opens out into his characteristic jagged runs, gutturally swerving around Lovens's clanging cymbals and Schlippenbach's Cecil Tayloresque torrents, before evaporating into soft multiphonics toward the end of the 40-minute opener.

    Schlippenbach Trio: Bauhaus Dessau

  • This includes a very good copy of the original — and superior — German-language version, as well as the English-language version, in which Emil Jannings gutturally massacres his non- native language.

    The Unhappiest Man in Hollywood

  • Of course, Simmons is a Texas based energy investment banker and an American, who might not fit in the format for the program, which endeavors to present international viewpoints for an American television herd that speaks gutturally of “foreigners” and belches hatred of the United Nations with every opportunity.

    In a Pig's Eye

  • The driver gathered up the reins, cracked his whip, and the big-bodied droschke went swerving round the corner, clattering gutturally on the cobbled stone pavement.

    Maurice Guest

  • The laughter and talking rose and fell in the dark night air, pleasant, homely, carefree sounds, gutturally soft, musically shrill.

    Gone with the Wind

  • The Trolloc snarled gutturally in the harsh Trolloc tongue, throwing its head back in efforts to catch Loial with a tusk.

    The Great Hunt

  • He who held the key to the nearer door was moved to remark, gutturally: ` This your palace now, white dog-king!

    The Conan Chronicles

  • "You are Emilio the Corinthian," he said gutturally.

    Conan The Unconquered


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