throttle

[ throt-l ]SEE DEFINITION OF throttle

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Stan slammed his hatch cover shut and opened up his throttle.

He turned the throttle and the car resumed its former speed.

I grasped the dog around the throat and began to throttle him.

One day it got loose, flew straight at him, and began trying to throttle him.

The road saves money in having a christian hand on the throttle.

Twice Neville had taken the throttle and sent his oiler to clear the suctions.

In the engine-room the oiler could no longer move from the throttle.

Some difficulty then arose because she could not begin to reach the throttle.

Then he opened the throttle wide, and advanced the sparking lever a little.

I was afraid to open the throttle anywhere, lest she break and drop away.

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