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1. Of or relating to the throat.
2. Having a harsh grating quality, as certain sounds produced in the back of the mouth.
3. Linguistics Velar.

[French, from New Latin gutturālis, from Latin guttur, throat.]

gut′tur·al·ism, gut′tur·al′i·ty (-ə-răl′ĭ-tē), gut′tur·al·ness n.
gut′tur·al·ly adv.
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Adv.1.gutturally - in a guttural manner; "gutturally articulated"
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Rowelled by the squeaky music to recollection of old-world ports and places, Borckman lay on his face on the hot planking, beat a tattoo with his naked toes, and gutturally muttered an unending monologue of curses.
On Numb , from Linkin Park's second album, he started out plaintive and became gutturally desperate at the hook: "All I want to do/is be more like me/and be less like you." On Walking Dead , a collaboration with DJ-producer Z-Trip, he was languorous and mildly sleazy.
As Titchkosky notes, the question of "to pee or not to pee" has become an ordering logic for how disabled and queer people are forced to navigate the daily world, concerns that structure one's minute-to-minute life, concerns that nondisabled and cisnormative others might on some level understand, yet can never gutturally or fully or emphatically know (69).