glottal : Definition, Usages, News and More
- a of or relating to or produced by the glottis
- There is a hint of girlishness in the choice of some lightweight material on the album (MCG Curb), and her singing sometimes is closer to the full-throttle glottal attack of .
- Her glottal throb on these dozen tunes purifies the funereal sentiments; it's as if the lines on a condolence card were raised to a kind of folk art.
- His attempts at speech are usually glottal grunts.
- Johann Hari in guardian.co.uk
In The Independent, Johann Hari writes that Goody, "in her own glottal, gobby way" jabbed a knitting needle into the subconscious of Britain just as surely as Diana Spencer did.