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(about a voice or sound) heavy and deep, produced low in the throat, deep or rough in tone, husky-soundingthroaty
(Medicine) long flexible rod inserted into the larynx or throat (to deliver medication, remove obstructions, etc.)probang
(Nautical) forward edge of a sail; wide part near the bow of a boat, flap, front edge of sail, sail too close to wind, turn a ship toward the wind (Nautical)luff
a sound made by snoring, breathe noisily in sleep, hoarse harsh sound made while sleeping, make a hoarse sound in the throat while sleepingsnore
act of choking; throttle (in a car), artichoke, be too moved to speak, block passage or channel, fuel mixture regulator for engine, inedible central part of artichoke, lose nerve and falter, noise of choking, prevent breathing by constricting throat, p...choke
act of flopping, act of falling heavily; plunk, thud; huge failure (Slang), fail completely, fall heavily, fall with a thud; plunk down; flap back and forth; fail (Slang), heavy dull sound, move limply, sit or lie down heavily, total failureflop
act of spitting, expulsion of phlegm from the lungs or throat; phlegm, sputumexpectoration
act of swallowing; gulp, drink, mouthful (of food, liquid, etc.); any of a number of migratory birds having long pointed wings and a forked tail, act of taking something down throat, amount passed down throat, believe something, destroy something, endu...swallow
acute sore throatstrep throat
adenoidal, concerning lymphoid tissue, growth of lymphoid tissue located in the upper pharynx, relating to glands, throat tissueadenoid
adjustable flap on a lamp which regulates light (Photography)barndoor
aggressive competitor, attack on the wing, attempt at clearing throat, bird of prey, bird of prey with a hooked beak and curved talons; person who favors aggressive or warlike political policy (Slang); aggressive person (Slang), clear the throat, cough...hawk
agitation, beat rapidly, flap wings, wave; (about the heart) beat; vibrate, tremble, quiver; confuse, agitate; run about aimlessly, flapping or fluttering movement; agitated state, nervousness, excitedness; commotion; abnormally fast heartbeat; rapid c...flutter
anther flap, closable flap in an organ, device that controls liquid flow, device that controls the flow of a liquid through a passage or a pipe; membranous flap that controls the direction and/or flow of bodily fluids; one of two shells in a bivalve mo...valve
any of a number of large veins in the neck; jugular vein, pertaining to the neck, pertaining to the throat; pertaining to the jugular vein; of a number of large veins in the neck, relating to the neck, with pelvic fins further forwardjugular
area above stage, ball hit high, be acceptable, be discussed increasingly, be pilot, be quick to do something, crafty, disappear, display flag on pole, edge of flag, entrance flap of tent, float through air, fly ball, fly-fishing lure, flying insect, f...fly
area in the throat, lower part of the pharynx (located above the larynx)laryngopharynx
attach tab to, auxiliary airfoil, drug tablet, flap for holding, flap on garment, furnish with tabs, attach a tag to; label, name, marktab
attack of shivering, body tremor, flap or make sail flap, fragment, quiver, shake, shudder, tremble; shatter, break into pieces; be shattered, be broken into pieces, to tremble, vibration, shudder; small fragment, splinter, slivershiver
Australian acacia tree, interwoven twigs and branches used for fences or walls; Australian tree or shrub of the Acacia genus; fleshy and wrinkled piece of skin hanging from the throat of some types of fowl and some kinds of lizards, make from wattle, m...wattle
bonnet giving protection from sun, hat with a large brim and a flap at the back for shading neck (worn by women and children)sunbonnet
border between zodiac signs, flap of valve, point of intersection, pointed end, pointed end of crescent moon, pointed projection in Gothic architecture, ridge on molar tooth, spinodecusp
branch of medicine that is concerned with the study of diseases of the ears and nose and throat, otolaryngologyotorhinolaryngology
branch of medicine that is concerned with the study of diseases of the ears and nose and throat, otorhinolaryngology, study of ear, nose and throat diseasesotolaryngology
breathing tube, tube of plant cells, vessel, windpipe, tube in the throattrachea
cap brim, eyeshade, flap over a windshield for glare, front of medieval helmet, sun-shield; face shield; projecting brim for shading the eyes; part of a helmet covering the face or eyes, supply or cover with a visor, transparent front of helmet, vizorvisor
choke hold, wrestling hold in which one grabs the opponent by the throat; restricting force, suppressing influence, choking wrestling hold, complete powerstranglehold
cleanse mouth and throat, gurgle, make a gargling noise; rinse out the mouth with mouthwash, gurgling sound; mouthwash, liquid used for gargling, guttural sound, make guttural soundgargle
clerical collar; necklace which fits snugly around the throat; someone or something which chokes, high close-fitting collar, neck ornamentchoker
consonant, of or pertaining to the larynx; expressed by means of the larynx (Phonetics), produced at the larynx, relating to the larynx, sound made in the throat (Phonetics)laryngeal
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