glottal plosive

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Synonyms for glottal plosive

a stop consonant articulated by releasing pressure at the glottis

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After reading lames Stark's arguments and then reading extensively on my own, I am convinced that I had been misinformed by well meaning teachers who were convinced that the use of the glottal plosive was always abusive.
18) Similarly, Meribeth Bunch, in her advocacy of the coup de glotte, concurs that the exercise is not accompanied by a glottal plosive, is not a holding back and bursting forth of air.