Definition of throated
1 : having a throat especially of a specified kind —usually used in combination a ruby-throated hummingbird
2 : making a specified kind of sound from the throat —usually used in combination … the deep-throated growls and barks of a determined German shepherd. — Dick Francis
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Congressional Republicans, backed by a president elected on a full-throated call for a well-armed citizenry, stand ready to turn down the volume of a gunshot.
Stewart has tried to overcome his campaign’s financial disadvantage by continually courting controversy, notably with a full-throated defense of Virginia’s Confederate history and monuments.
Social conservatives and evangelicals gave full-throated support at a Faith and Freedom Coalition summit in Washington Friday.
The principal said Samuel's parents everyone gathered in the arena to remember him with a cheer, rather than consider the moment somber, and the audience responded with a full-throated yell.
Have a full throated debate with the American people.
Along with her step-daughter Ivanka Trump—who gives her father full-throated support, going so far as to call him a feminist—Melania provides the president with a polished cover both for his misogyny and his general ineptitude.
Most eagerly Pryor, the Confederate partisan speaking in a Northern, albeit Democratic stronghold, delivered a full-throated condemnation of Reconstruction.
Coming up Hillary Clinton's first full-throated criticism of President Trump.
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Definition of throated for English Language Learners
: making a certain kind of sound from the throat
: having a throat of a certain kind or color
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