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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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The Trinity crowd shouted hoarsely 'pass, pass' as it looked abundantly clear that when the ball was with their pride and joy backs, a try was always in the offing but it was not yet to be.
Just what kind of great budget the government is hoarsely talking about when a common man is deprived of basic necessities like power, water and gas, he asked.
I knew I would see you all," he said hoarsely, "before I.
For the Indian hunter beneath his shade Has rested from the chase And he here has woo'd his dusky maid-- The dark-eyed of her race; And the tree is red with the gushing gore As the wild deer panting dies; But the maid is gone, and the chase is o'er, And the old oak hoarsely sighs.
Josh took his first hissing sip of bourbon and said hoarsely, "You're asking me ?
The poem presents a celebratory pageant running from the medieval period to the present in which figures from the historical past, such as 'peasants hoarsely talking under the wind' are not simply described but are 'called' by the poem's declaimers.
she burst out hoarsely and started to fight in deadly earnest, slapping and scratching at him, little cries of panic coming from the back of her throat as her mind flashed back into full operation and she realised with sick fear just how close she had come to the edge.
she calls out hoarsely to stunned-looking men crowding the mixing board.
Yes," my mother said hoarsely, speaking so softly it was almost a whisper.
After the 10th round a spent Ali came back to the corner and hoarsely whispered, "This is as close to death as it gets.
Doc wants you behind the bar," Dave whispered hoarsely.
Panting and groaning and pulling on me, he kept hoarsely whispering, "Please.