Not understanding the 30 seconds of guttural noises and flat vowels, a French-speaking journalist asked Federer to translate.
She even changed the way she spoke; as a little kid, she spoke like her parents, with guttural hets and ayins.
Sobs wracked my body, and I heard a guttural cry like a wild animal come from somewhere deep within me.
She lets out a deep, guttural laugh, the kind that sends her into a body-shaking cough away from the phone.
Laila lifted her foot above one of the air gnawing skulls and brought it down with a guttural grunt.
"They have quite an eye for dramatic effect," he said in his guttural voice, and very contemptuously.
It sometimes gives a guttural, short, and rapidly-repeated bark.
Lem's jaw dropped, and he uttered a throat sound, guttural and rough.
"The dreckshuns be there," and he laughed in his strange, guttural way.
The gh wurdz hav that simbol cognait with the German guttural ch az in recht, tho we du not pronowns it.
guttural gut·tur·al (gŭt'ər-əl)
Of or relating to the throat.