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  • adj. comparative form of throaty: more throaty


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  • The sound of own his voice startled him — it sounded similar but throatier.

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  • The closest thing I can compare it to is an airplane engine, only throatier and scarier.

    True Spirit

  • KL's a bit throatier and less world-weary-sounding, and perhaps thank goodness.

    Kasey Lansdale Update

  • "It is your defiant spirit, too," he said, his voice throatier, as he moved nearer to her in the seat.

    Dance Of Desire

  • The sound was followed by the milling of hooves and a second, throatier neigh.

    The Rogue

  • There was a much throatier hiss from behind the bed.

    The End of the Matter

  • His voice was lower and throatier than Ed's; it was the only way Charley could tell them apart, but then, he thought, nobody ever had to tell them apart.

    Charley de Milo

  • Whistles sounded, shrieking in answer to the tooting of others from far away, the wild eerie ones of yard engines, the deeper, throatier tones of factories.

    O. Henry Memorial Award Prize Stories of 1921

  • They were a bit throatier than we breed now, but a good pack: one of the best.

    Traffics and Discoveries

  • The earlier recordings are louder and more "textured", with throatier car engines and newspaper vendors and street sellers proclaiming their wares.

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