Faced with an ascendant Newt Gingrich, the former Massachusetts governor took off the gloves, and went for the throat.
The dust catches in the throat like smoke, and the tiny glasslike shards sting the eyes.
And yes, that is Kat Dennings getting her breast sucked by two men while a third pours liquor down her throat.
I took out my knife, my Ka-Bar, and knocked his teeth out, but they fell into his throat.
Grant wrote his memoirs in 1885 at the breathtaking pace of 25–50 pages a day while in excruciating pain from throat cancer.
"He had a gun shoved into the hollow of his throat," said Andy.
Several times a lump rose in her throat and she was obliged to stop to rest.
I am not going to cut my own throat for the sake of mending any man's little finger.
As he went down he released his grasp on my throat in his effort to save himself.
The words jammed in his throat as he was about to voice a reply.
Old English þrote (implied in þrotbolla "the Adam's apple, larynx," literally "throat boll"), related to þrutian "to swell," from Proto-Germanic *thrut- (cf. Old High German drozza, German Drossel, Old Saxon strota, Middle Dutch strote, Dutch strot "throat"), perhaps from PIE *trud- (cf. Old English þrutian "to swell," Old Norse þrutna "to swell").
The notion is of "the swollen part" of the neck. Italian strozza "throat," strozzare "to strangle" are Germanic loan-words. College slang for "competitive student" is 1970s, from cutthroat.
The portion of the digestive tract that lies between the rear of the mouth and the esophagus and includes the fauces and the pharynx.
The anterior portion of the neck.