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throaty

throaty Sentence Examples

  • She let out a throaty laugh.

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  • But nothing beats that feeling of the throaty roar of the exhaust or the accelerations' push into your seat.

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  • Additionally, even if you don’t like your Cap’s penchant for telling stories, it will be very difficult not to smile when you hear his booming, or her throaty, infectious laugh.

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  • His throaty chuckle scared her more than the thought of returning to Sasha.

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  • The throaty bark filled the air again and she rolled out of bed into the cold morning.

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  • Bikers will know and love the distinctive styling of the Triumph Bonneville or 'Bonnie', with its throaty growl and powerful engine, or the Thunderbird made famous by Marlon Brando in the Wild One.

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  • His deeply expressive throaty voice; tender, vulnerable with underlying menace - soul plugged.

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  • There are mad drums and dirty funk and raw, throaty vocals.

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  • The throaty growl is the same and so hearing it will be a nostalgic sound for many people, " added Mr Brown.

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  • prefer to stick with sound effects -- nothing special, but the Esprit's throaty roar is very satisfactory.

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  • And it makes a lovely throaty rasp under acceleration and a staccato backfire when you lift off the throttle.

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  • The young males hold practice sparring bouts in the surf and their throaty roars echo along the beach.

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  • Buell InterActive Exhaust does not diminish the rich, throaty rumble of the Lightning exhaust tone.

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  • Lorraine McAslan produces an appropriately throaty tone for the work's opening, then ruminates long and deeply.

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  • throaty roar.

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  • throaty growl is the same and so hearing it will be a nostalgic sound for many people, " added Mr Brown.

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  • throaty rumble of the Lightning exhaust tone.

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  • throaty vocals.

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  • throaty, wet voice.

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  • throaty sound.

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  • The old lady laughed, not a dainty little tinkle, but a deep, throaty belly-laugh.

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  • The standard bikes sound good and throaty, but with a free breathing pipe they sound vicious, more Wagner.

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  • Lorraine McAslan produces an appropriately throaty tone for the work 's opening, then ruminates long and deeply.

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  • This is a round can with a large oval outlet for a deep throaty roar.

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  • The Buell InterActive Exhaust System brings out the rich, throaty rumble of the Lightning exhaust tone.

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  • He spoke with a thick, throaty, wet voice.

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  • A quieter exhaust system but with a more throaty sound.

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  • With her throaty, bluesy sound, JoJo was a natural to play a young Linda Ronstadt in American Dreams.

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  • The edge comes from the throaty and strained quality that Lady Gaga performs the lyrics with.

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  • Mrs. Lincoln slipped into the room amid throaty sounds of welcome and hopped onto Martha's lap as calmly as if she'd never left.

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  • Rhyn gave a throaty chuckle and launched himself back into the battle.

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  • She dropped into the car and started it, sighing at the throaty growl.

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  • Their great hulking forms and throaty grunts enhanced the theme of western frontier.

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