huskiness huskiness


  1. (n) the property of being big and strong
  2. (n) a throaty harshness


  1. She had the nuances, the huskiness down.
  2. But just as often her voice varies with her mood to tragic huskiness.
  3. She has a wide-open face, with eager eyes, a tangy huskiness in her voice and a fast, shy smile.



  • "That voice, it was not like anything else," Beck said of Rod Stewart. "It was like a black voice, very hoarse-sounding. There was a huskiness and a very subtle roughness that I found addictive. And we just sounded great together."
    on Jul 6, 2009 By: Beck Source: The Gazette (Montreal)

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