whiskey voice

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whiskey voice

slang A husky or guttural voice resulting from prolonged tobacco, alcohol, or drug abuse. The old man stood up and started singing a beautiful song in a haunting whiskey voice. I've always been afraid of getting whiskey voice, so I decided long ago never to drink or smoke.
See also: voice, whiskey
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