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The front part of the neck.
A narrow opening in a vessel.
The upper fore corner of a boom-and-gaff sail, or of a staysail.
The inside of a timber knee.
To utter in or with the throat.
1911, Paul Wilstach, ''Thais, "the Story of a Sinner who Became a Saint and a Saint who Sinned": A Play in Four Acts'', page 17:
- He beat about and pecked the net until his mate was liberated, and, throating a song of gratitude, the bird he freed flew to the sky.
1921, Harry Charles Witwer, ''The Rubyiat of a Freshman'', page 31
- As you know, I have gone in for the more manly athletics here with my visual enthusiasm, throating a nasty tenor on the Glee Club and shaking a vicious hoof on our dancing team. Well, last night the Intercollegiate Shimmy Contest with Goofy ...
2017, Alexis Debary, ''Arab Nights: Post 9/11 Thriller set in Tunisia'' ((ISBN)):
- Tariq wants to be tactful and refrains from his natural impulse to throat his pain and curse her loudly in French. The girl looks devastated.
''to throat threats''
To take into the throat. (q).
1995, Kyle Stone, ''Hot bauds: a selection of steamy BBS writings'', Badboy
- The Roman began to throat his rigid flagpole of a mancock, making groaning noises.
2017, Brian Patrick Davis, ''Songs About Boys'' ((ISBN)):
- His head leaned back, water splashing his face as I throated his solid pipe. Those giant hands found the back of my head as he worked his hips back and forth to pump further and further into my mouth.
To mow (beans, etc.) in a direction against their bending.