• WordNet 3.6
    • adv huskily in a hoarse or husky voice "`Excuse me,' he said hoarsely"
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • adv Huskily In a husky manner; dryly.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • huskily In a husky manner; dryly; hoarsely.
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
From Husky


In literature:

Her voice came huskily.
"Country Neighbors" by Alice Brown
Hunter," he added huskily, "I hope you ain't never goin' to want this back!
"The Rich Little Poor Boy" by Eleanor Gates
Then he laid his head on the table and began to sob, talking brokenly and huskily.
"The Opal Serpent" by Fergus Hume
She spoke to him low and huskily, her face white.
"Frank of Freedom Hill" by Samuel A. Derieux
He spoke huskily, still looking down at the crumpled figure.
"The Fighting Edge" by William MacLeod Raine
The deep voice rasped huskily, for evidently the miner was telling his tale with an intent purpose.
"The Windy Hill" by Cornelia Meigs
But as Curly passed out of the door he called back huskily.
"Crooked Trails and Straight" by William MacLeod Raine
She was hugged and kissed and handed from one to the other in a very ecstasy of reunion, until Mr. Payton spoke, a trifle huskily.
"Lucile Triumphant" by Elizabeth M. Duffield
He crouched there, calling huskily to Ulana.
"The Copper-Clad World" by Harl Vincent
It was no time before Amos's voice came huskily up to his friend.
"Mr. Wicker's Window" by Carley Dawson

In news:

"I wanna be the one who rolls you over," croons Jeff Klein huskily on "Mono," a paean to being the only one left deathbedside.