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full-throated

[ fool-throh-tid ]
/ ˈfʊlˈθroʊ tɪd /
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adjective
using the full power of one’s voice: His full-throated yodeling stole the show.
(of a sound) formed by the full power of one’s voice: The play begins with a full-throated scream from backstage.
demonstrated or expressed with enthusiastic conviction: The local nurses association has given our candidate its full-throated endorsement.
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Origin of full-throated

First recorded in 1820–25; full1 + throated

OTHER WORDS FROM full-throated

full-throat·ed·ly, adverb
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