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We are hoarse in the throat from constantly telling students to put on their masks.
LAWMAKERS, RESIDENTS PUSH TOP D.C. EDUCATION LEADERS FOR MORE TESTING, TRANSPARENCY AND VIRTUAL LEARNINGPERRY STEINSEPTEMBER 22, 2021WASHINGTON POST
“Just a great all-around game,” Martinez said, his voice low and hoarse from yelling at Conroy.
NATIONALS CAP A LONG DAY WITH A GRITTY 4-3 WIN OVER CUBSJESSE DOUGHERTYMAY 20, 2021WASHINGTON POST
At night we shouted ourselves hoarse alongside throngs of locals at the town’s nighttime Winter Carnival torchlight parade, where a man illuminated by thousands of LED lights pulled a flaming sled off a ski jump and through a flaming hoop.
WHY AND HOW TO PLAN NEXT SEASON’S EPIC SKI TRIPRACHEL WALKERJANUARY 21, 2021WASHINGTON POST
They organized and cajoled, explained and marched until their voices were hoarse and their feet were numb.
THE SOUND OF A SHIFTING POWER STRUCTUREROBIN GIVHANJANUARY 13, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Through hoarse and faint words, he told quarterback Matthew Stafford he could not talk.
LIONS CENTER ADVISED NOT TO TALK AFTER THROAT INJURY DURING GAME AGAINST PACKERSGLYNN A. HILLDECEMBER 17, 2020WASHINGTON POST
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WORDS RELATED TO HOARSE

  • absonant
  • acute
  • atonal
  • blaring
  • blatant
  • brusque
  • cacophonous
  • discordant
  • dissonant
  • dry
  • ear-piercing
  • grating
  • grinding
  • gruff
  • harsh
  • hoarse
  • husky
  • inharmonious
  • jarring
  • loud
  • piercing
  • rasping
  • sharp
  • squawking
  • stertorous
  • strident
  • thick
  • unharmonious
  • unmusical
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