guttural consonant

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  • noun

Synonyms for guttural consonant

a consonant articulated in the back of the mouth or throat

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n and a holding t It tells the story of a Celtic fan Rangers supporter slung into a cell on the day their teams meet, illuminating the finer points of their entrenched sectarian stance with the guttural language and tribal chants passed down like heirlooms through threads of Scottish society.
To outsiders, its inhabitants spoke a guttural language, and it was the birthplace of the commedia dell'arte's character Arlecchino.
But how lucky we are that Howard has not stopped, that he continues to translate not only from the French but from the darker, more guttural languages of the heart, whose murmurs he has amplified into his own playfully syllabic music.