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rasp

 [rasp]
1. a coarse file used in surgery; called also raspatory.
2. to file with such an instrument.

RASP

Abbreviation for:
resource allocation and service planning
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7-letter examples include BASSIST, CLEANER, DIRTIED, EVENTER, GITTERN, OMITTED, OMITTER, PERSIST, RASPIER and SUBSIST.
Both are older, deeper, raspier, at once mellowed and intensified with age (Townshend is 61, Daltrey 62--"hope I die before I get old").
Fran, whose band made a triumphant homecoming at Glasgow's ABC on Wednesday, was sounding raspier than fans of his normally smooth vocals are accustomed to at Travis' first Scottish gig for almost two years.
'Eventually my voice will get deeper and raspier because of all the crap on your lungs.
Charlotte says smoking is another habit which will make her voice deeper and raspier but she loves doing it.
Powerful, five kinds, high and narrow, each produced deeper or hollower or raspier sounds than the others.
But He Said, She Said had a heavier, raspier, raw feel, yet it was his old hits that got the crowd going.
At the Greek Theater Sunday night, the amiable singer-guitarist (whose voice has grown raspier and more Dylanesque over the years) delivered a generous two-hour set that covered his entire career but focused on his inimitable guitar playing.
I prefer the sassier, sharper 230cc Kompressor engine despite its raspier echoes.