hoarsely


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in a hoarse or husky voice

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Macfarlane,' began Fettes, still somewhat hoarsely, 'I have put my neck in a halter to oblige you.
He came close to me and whispered hoarsely, with his mouth to my ear, as though fearing the very air might hear.
Sometimes, too, he would talk all night with some unknown person, in dim, mysterious language that caused his gasping voice to echo hoarsely through the narrow room as through a sepulchre; and at such times, I found the situation a strange one.
It is enough to have killed the mother," said Athos, hoarsely.
hoarsely shouted the people, while the muzzles of the muskets were turned upon them.
Hush, Mother," Adam said, rather hoarsely, "don't be frightened.
Pelet employed himself in choosing a cigar from a box, my thoughts reverted to the two outcast ushers, whose voices I could hear even now crying hoarsely for order in the playground.
I've been blown up once," the shock-headed man cries, hoarsely, as a dog barking.
All that night the Virgin roared hoarsely and next morning, over an angry, white-headed sea, Harvey saw the Fleet with flickering masts waiting for a lead.
She hailed hoarsely, and there came out of a cow-pen her two husbands and three others with a dooli, the rude native litter of the Hills, that they use for carrying the sick and for visits of state.
Once more the colonel rose, but his hand shook, and the port spilled on the table as he looked straight at the man in little Mildred's chair and said hoarsely, "Mr.
Who dares,"--he demanded hoarsely of the courtiers who stood near him--"who dares insult us with this blasphemous mockery?
Brain of the Indian police was glaring at the new object, and it was a moment or two before he spoke, harshly and almost hoarsely.
he murmured hoarsely, but Joe did not hear him, for both alike had dropped fainting on the sand.
he repeated hoarsely, holding the lamp over the open chest.