[ney-zuh-lee, -zuh l-lee]
- in a nasal manner.
- by inhaling through the nose: to take drugs nasally.
Origin of nasally
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Examples from the Web for nasally
Thirty minutes before the phone call, I watched YouTube clips to prepare my nasally accent.The Art of Smutty Spoofs: Porn Parodies Aren’t a Joke Anymore
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But,' added he nasally, 'in this world we must give and take.My Danish Sweetheart., Volume 2 of 3
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It was sung harshly, nasally, and dragged out in long, slow notes.The Boys of '61
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Pal subsided and Pete said nasally, "Blazer allus call't him Buster."Trading Jeff and his Dog
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"It seems that we have all been playing a little comedy, Mr. Harbison," Aunt Selina began, nasally sarcastic.When a Man Marries
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