from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to or of the nature of laryngitis.
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The Journal caught Dylan, 69, at a bare ballroom in an Atlantic City casino, his voice a laryngitic croak'' as people walked out to play the slots.
His always-raspy voice, now deteriorated to a laryngitic croak, echoed through the no-frills ballroom.
Baal told the Madam of his idea; she settled matters in her voice of a laryngitic frog.
Truth is, most docs don’t know much about these conditions and can leave you feeling more frustrated than a laryngitic opera singer.