guttural consonant

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Synonyms for guttural consonant

a consonant articulated in the back of the mouth or throat

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But the silence his goal created lasted all of five seconds before a gutteral roar started in one corner of Hampden and blew through it like a tidal wave of sound.
All I heard was a kind of gutteral gibberish 'ger, ger, ger,' and suddenly I was surrounded by all the Jews.
interjected into the text, typically jondo is the way in which the guitar disappears into the background in total subordination to the singer, whose throaty voice, forced and gutteral, bears resemblance to those in Arabian music.
The animal responds with a gutteral roar that brings to mind the low rumble of a huge locomotive bearing down.
Carly Ptak and Chiara Giovando, Dark Fare/Music from the Congress Theater (Talon) Gutteral, underground music video/audio by artists on the hunt for analog magic.
He told the crowd he had learnt some Welsh and made some gutteral gibbering sounds.
He ranted at his brother on one occasion but the gutteral shout was unintelligible from the stands.
The gutteral roar of the bikes could be heard right across the course as players tried to concentrate on their game in the sunshine.
They suffered by growling like animals (experiencing a profound change to gutteral speech), exhibited violence toward loved ones, spoke in unknown languages, emitted a foul aroma, and changed in many, many, many other ways.
It has also become less gutteral because people are healthier, the air is cleaner, there is less catarrh about and people smoke less.
The spoken words are mostly gutteral invective in a polyglot broth ranging from Dutch and French to Arabic, with some English.
A low, gutteral growl", "two long vrooms followed by four shorter vrooms" and the sound of saying "potato, potato, potato" are descriptions by Harley owners of the distinctive exhaust sound produced by Harley-Davidson's v-twin, common crankpin motorcycle engine.
She does "a kind of comic dance up and down the room," a variety of vaudeville burlesque, singing "in a loud gutteral voice, rolling her eyes, 'Put them all together, they spell MOTHER
He did not reveal the message on the answerphone, but said: "It was bizarre and gutteral - freakish at best.
Now this is a car crash of an album - bumpy brass ska projecting itself head-on into gutteral hip hop and thrash rock.