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hoarse

(hōrs),
Having a noisy voice.
[A.S. hās]

hoarse

(hôrs)
adj.
1. Rough or grating in sound, as of a voice.
2. Having or characterized by a husky, grating voice.

hoarse

(hōrs)
Having a rough, harsh voice.
[A.S. hās]
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