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Synonyms for throat

Synonyms for throat

an opening in the vamp of a shoe at the instep

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a passage resembling a throat in shape or function

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the part of an animal's body that corresponds to a person's throat

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I swabbed at her throat when I could, and found no mark; then helped him to control her a little.
Do not tell me that a human throat voiced that hideous and fearsome shriek.
But it did, Miss Porter," replied Clayton; "or at least if not a human throat that of a forest god.
The Mohammedans are cutting Buddhist throats, too," added the Dragoman.
Most single-screw extruders operating in North America include a cast feed section with cooling passages that are molded directly into the casting near the feed throat.
Everyone produces some mucus at the back of the throat every day, and swallows it at some point, most of the time without noticing.
I have been on antibiotics treatment for a sore throat and cough for the past three weeks but a sore throat has persisted and I am worried.
Neither sugarless gum nor probiotics help to treat the symptoms or speed up recovery from a sore throat caused by bacterial infection, a new clinical trial reports.
According to the DOH, the cold season brings with it dangers of having a runny nose, fever, cough, and sore throat.
Therefore, it may become necessary to alter the existing bore throat or leade as shooting needs and conditions dictate.
Halls has brought cough and sore throat relief to the pop format for children with the rollout of Halls Kids Pops.
Objective: To see whether betamethasone gel or lidocaine gel is superior in reducing the incidence of post-operative sore throat after tracheal extubation.
Symptoms: 6 You've got a very sore throat, a high temperature and when you look at your throat in the mirror it appears bright red.
Strep throat (known to physicians as streptococcal pharyngitis) is caused by a group of bacteria known as type A streptococcus.
Richard Miller began a section in his The Structure of Singing entitled "The Open Throat (Gola Aperta)" with the following statement: "It would be hard to find a teacher who recommended singing with a closed throat.