Antonyms for guttural

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Back and forth they scurried to the sound of that guttural Japanese voice.

It had a loud thick voice, a guttural whistle, which was intensely mournful.

There was a hissing yet guttural sound, human in quality, yet horrible to her ears.

This was said in a guttural voice, the accent being quite Teutonic.

"You've got four, Dr. Bird," said a guttural voice from the dark.

"I ought to have known it," said the other, in a voice of guttural sternness.

In his guttural tongue the redskin appealed to Dan for a drink of water.

The word had a strange and guttural sound, but Eudemius did not notice.

As she confronted him he said, "Ho" in deep, guttural tones, and then laughed at her fright.

With an alphabet of thirty-nine letters, but it is harsh and guttural.

WORD ORIGIN

"pertaining to the throat," 1590s, from Middle French guttural, from Latin guttur "throat, gullet" (see bowel). The noun, in linguistics, is from 1690s.

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