hoarsely hoarsely


  • (adv) in a hoarse or husky voice


  1. Victorious Democratic Party of Japan candidates hoarsely shouted the celebratory phrase.
  2. Songstress Jeri Southern gives it a fairly heart-wrenching onceover in a plain but expressive voice, while in the background a baritone sax cries hoarsely.


  • Google's Larry Page fed up with heated 'zero sum' competition among tech firms

    Google co-founder and chief executive Larry Page — speaking quietly and hoarsely because of his paralyzed vocal cords — was philosophical and reflective Tuesday as he described himself as a "nerdy curmudgeon" who is fed up with the "zero-sum" game being played by competitors.
    on July 15, 2013     Source: NBC NEWS

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furtive furtive
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