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leather-lunged

[ leth-er-luhngd ]
/ ˈlɛð ərˈlʌŋd /
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adjective
speaking or capable of speaking in a loud, resonant voice, especially for prolonged periods: The leather-lunged senator carried on the filibuster for 18 hours.
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Origin of leather-lunged

First recorded in 1840–50
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