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Synonyms for cough

clear your throat

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frog or tickle in your throat

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Synonyms for cough

a sudden noisy expulsion of air from the lungs that clears the air passages

exhale abruptly, as when one has a chest cold or congestion

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I felt so sorry for my dad when I had to leave him among Coughers United that I told him I would pay for him to switch to Bupa health care if Scott managed to get the job done in Texas.
Sadly, there was the usual crop of coughers to challenge the beat and though the music "soothed the savage breast" to a degree, the couplet ".
But now top brass have scuppered the plan at the last minute because they were afraid their big night would be sabotaged by an army of coughers when he walked on stage.
Community-based screening of chronic coughers (>2 weeks) was performed from March 1995 to October 2000.
This was partly due to swallowing lines as they constantly switched characters, poor voice projection in the huge auditorium, the often-impenetrable Irish accents and a bigger than usual army of coughers in the audience.
The talkers and coughers and people who give their children noisy cellophane candy wrappers to play with during the film will get totally zapped.
Berating coughers in the crowd ("this is the best song you'll ever cough through") and taking a question or two, he described the experience as like Junior Showtime.
We have had a few coughers all season, and there was an increase to about a third of them in January, but we have stabled Detroit City, Fair Along, Boychuk and Liberate in boxes separate to the rest of the yard.
I mean the conversationalists, the canoodlers, the rustlers and the terminal coughers.
In the group of chronic coughers, significantly more women than men reported physical and extreme physical complaints, such as headache, painful breathing, nausea, and most significantly, urinary incontinence.