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sounding as if pronounced low in the throat

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AMG's customer base happen to be discerning buyers of sports cars, who are presumably picky about the raw throaty grunt of, say, a turbocharged V8 engine.
off cinderblock walls, that jokester's throaty bark, a punch
The new addition to the second generation R8 line-up has a fabric hood that can open in 20 seconds so occupants can enjoy the car's throaty V10 soundtrack.
His throaty Scottish notes raise otherwise average songs to a higher plain, so they beg for a second listen.
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French actress Marion Cotillard is excellent as Lady Macbeth but most of the men employ a throaty whisper so it's difficult to understand them.
Known for throaty metal-growls and drunken performances, the five-piece didn't exactly have widespread appeal.
Nutini, who has been nominated for several Brit awards over the years, is known for his throaty and soulful voice.
Summary: Anyone who has seen Jim Jarmusch's wry vampire comedy "Only Lovers Left Alive" will recall the scene close to the end of the movie, in which the immortal, bloodsucking lovers Adam (Tom Hiddleston) and Eve (Tilda Swinton) cease wandering the narrow alleyways of Tangier to marvel at a throaty, hypnotic performance of the love song "Hal," by Lebanese singer-songwriter Yasmine Hamdan.
But Katie met her match in the jobless guy in a wheelchair who began his argument with a mysterious throaty roar before moving on to attack the banks for lending him money he could never repay.
blame, gazing at the horizon as a throaty sparrow calls a raft home.
Bluntly articulate, with a deep throaty laugh and a keen sense of irony, Benjamin Pogrund sits in an armchair in his apartment in a leafy Jerusalem neighborhood, remembering his friend, Nelson Mandela, who died on December 5 at 95.
The Bo Diddley-inspired song was the springboard for her short-skirted, sassy, smiling, throaty vocal delivery and made her the toast of many, from pogoing youngsters to middleaged blues aficionados.
Teacher Heidi Moulton, who leads the agriculture provision at the Birkenhead school, said the additions to the flock included one lamb christened Barry by pupils, and named after throaty singer namesake Barry White, "as he has a really deep baa".
He is then joined by other dancers, who make loud throaty sounds.