1 Even as they passed, a great rock came thundering down with a hoarse rattle which woke the echoes in the silent gorges, and startled the weary horses into a gallop.
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2 A spasm of pain contorted his features; he threw his hands out in front of him, staggered, and then, with a hoarse cry, fell heavily upon the floor.
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3 I am old and my voice is hoarse, but when I have taught you the tune, you can sing it better for yourselves.
4 The newsboys, as he went, were crying themselves hoarse along the footways: "Special edition."
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5 He had declaimed himself into a violent heat, and was as hoarse as he was hot.
6 I'm rather hoarse this morning, Mrs. Bedwin.
7 'He's the boy for you, my dear,' replied the Jew in a hoarse whisper; laying his finger on the side of his nose, and grinning frightfully.
8 A dim light shone at intervals from some bed-room window; and the hoarse barking of dogs occasionally broke the silence of the night.
9 'No imagination,' replied the girl in a hoarse voice.
10 He shouted, too, till he was hoarse; and flying from memory and himself, plunged into the thickest of the throng.
11 Then, came a loud knocking at the door, and then a hoarse murmur from such a multitude of angry voices as would have made the boldest quail.
12 'In the King's name,' cried the voices without; and the hoarse cry arose again, but louder.
13 It swelled up louder and louder, a hoarse yell of pain and fear and anger all mingled in the one dreadful shriek.
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14 The cries, which had sunk down into a hoarse, inarticulate shouting, came from the room which we had first visited.
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15 The man gave a hoarse cry of grief, which rang through the house.
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