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- adv. In a husky manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a husky manner; dryly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a husky manner; dryly; hoarsely.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a hoarse or husky voice
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"Boy, get out of the room while ye have the chance, " she called huskily, staring wide-eyed at the snake while continuing to back toward her own bedroom.
Clutching the key firmly in his hand as though it were a weapon of defense, he called huskily:
"Lee!" he called huskily with what was left of his voice.
"Miss --" he called huskily; and stopped, reminded that not yet did he even know her name.
He'd said the last word huskily, on purpose, to get her to look up.
Suddenly he raised himself upon the charpoy and called huskily for the khansamah.
In almost every book, someone says something to someone else "huskily".
Rose! "he started calling huskily, his hands feeling with frantic awkwardness for her pulse and her heart, as Oliver Crowe ran into the room through the curtains.
"I — I can't afford to pay more than six per cent," he said huskily.
"Eggs," Rasmunsen answered huskily, hardly able to pitch his voice above a whisper.