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husky

(ˈhəski)
n. a strong man; a thug. A couple of huskies helped me get my car unstuck.
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I whispered huskily as I held him and watched him breath.
THE village bigman huskily intones, "Never spend more than 24 hours with a woman," pausing to scratch his nose with the sharpened tip of an arrow.
Hello daarling,'' says Mouna Ayoub huskily with the warm familiarity of old friends (even though we've met only once before) -- walking around a decor of gigantic silver oyster shells and blue glass buoys to kiss me.
Mention that her gangland novels are the most borrowed books in prison libraries and the most stolen from shops, and she merely laughs huskily.
Thankfully Bruno's more straightforward with a huskily imploring ballad that captures the right amount of teen angst - a bucketful.
The best voice-over and news reader must be the throaty Georgie Thompson, whose fianc Declan Donnelly likes nothing more than to wake her in the middle of the night just to hear her huskily say 'Newcastle five, Sunderland nil'.
I prayed and God has sent you to me," he says huskily.
It could be the track - exquisitely chosen and huskily sung - the snow, the house the big roaring fire, the lovelies, Twiggy, Myleene Klass, or even - my favourite bit this - the beautiful Noemie Lenoir creeping downstairs in her leopard skin underwear.
The way she huskily draws each word out is enough to squeeze the heart right out of anybody.
Q10: TWL98's fairly standard amanomic for DANCER was LEPT HUSKILY which also reminded players of the less common spelling of the verb.
she huskily sings on "Rehab," the autobiographical opener that sets the tone for an album that clocks in at just 35 minutes.
Available now as a download-only single through itunes, it's a sort of ska/folk dance/ballad which combines a huskily poignant vocal from Sam with an irresistibly infectious tune that would sail through any old grey whistle test of instant catchiness.
Stone slinks through every frame, huskily trotting out the salty double entendres ("Who knows if I'll ever come again?
I had leaves and stalks coming out of every orifice,' she laughs huskily.