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hoarse

[hȯrs]
(medicine)
Having a harsh, discordant voice, caused by an abnormal condition of the larynx or throat.
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Doc wants you behind the bar," Dave whispered hoarsely.
Panting and groaning and pulling on me, he kept hoarsely whispering, "Please.
As the eponymous Mrs Warren she commands the stage whether she is whimpering into a handkerchief, shouting hoarsely at her daughter or simply sweeping around in her Victorian gowns.
As he passed the post I hoarsely borrowed a few quid from a mate and we went to the bar to fusillade a few corks.
Fowler's toads remind me of a bratty baby hoarsely screaming "raaaah.
We roar through manically, siren blaring, Abu Bassem, one of the oldest and most hyper ambulance drivers, yells hoarsely at anyone nonchalant enough to not notice the screaming column of ambulances zooming towards them, past broken buildings, debris covered streets, twisted tin can warehouses and rubble homes.
A scavenger truck was emptying Dumpsters, crunching and chewing metal and glass, and he had to shout hoarsely to make himself heard.
Which never moves, which never changes, which never grows older, but which remains forever icy and silent,' I remembered how he'd stared out into the audience, and hoarsely whispered with just a hint of a smile, 'I'll drink to that'.
Weak from loss of blood, he hoarsely whispered to Jim that Pearl was in his car dead.
Everyone tries to include me but as I can only communicate by writing, or whispering hoarsely into someone's ear, I'm soon left behind in the conversation which leaps on without me.
Sandy croaks hoarsely from the bed, but very quietly this time.
As the water climbed up, step by step, they prayed and prayed, with their hands extended out over the water, their voices calling out hoarsely, not knowing if they would live or die.