In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- I can still hear his husky voice whispering to me.
- His voice was husky and deep, definitely swooning material.
- ‘Hey stranger,’ his voice was husky and I shivered slightly.
- ‘Oh God, you look so amazing,’ he whispered in a lustful husky voice.
- He was operated on and now talks with a deep, husky voice.
- ‘Thank you Veronica,’ a deep husky voice said from behind the chair.
- She came into me with a sore throat and husky voice today and says she doesn't feel right.
- The women were all in sequins and diamonds and they smoked cigarettes and had raspy voices and husky laughs.
- His deep, husky voice sent a tingle down her spine, which she tried to ignore.
- ‘You go ahead,’ Rex said in an anxious, slightly husky voice.
- She spoke clearly, but with a slightly drawn back, husky voice.
- She speaks in a husky voice that clicks slightly from a dry mouth.
- ‘You can stay,’ his voice was husky; a whisper, trying to regain a hold on his emotions.
- His deep husky voice sent a shiver down my spine.
- She craned her head slightly to the side as a husky voice, choked with emotion, whispered into her ear.
- ‘Just a little,’ he said, and his voice was slightly husky.
- Taking notice of her, I realized her voice was slightly husky, though still feminine.
- ‘I think I'm getting a cold,’ she says in a deep husky voice.
- ‘Even if we weren't married, darling, I would request one room,’ a husky voice whispered in my ear.
- ‘Your Grace,’ her slightly husky voice greeted him as she pulled herself up on her elbows.
- This is why husky men over 6 feet tall should avoid yoga.
- After a moment, a husky man in an expensive looking suit answered.
- Before him stood a rather husky woman with bright red hair.
- The husky man looked irritated at being interrupted.
- He was a few inches shorter than me and he's husky.
- Every day, I spot sleds lying around, often right next to huskies meant to pull them.
- It is being marketed particularly to owners of the most naturally active breeds such as greyhounds and huskies, which can be worst affected by inactivity.
- Similarly, a trip to where the huskies are bred and trained to pull sleighs takes you right to the heart of what the traditional lifestyle is like.
- He'd been working and breeding Alaskan huskies for five years.
- When we got there we were taken by coach and the children were given rides on sleighs pulled by huskies and were given a chance to ride on jet skis.
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