What is another word for gravelly?

Pronunciation: [ɡɹˈavə͡lˌi] (IPA)

"Gravelly" is a word that describes a surface or voice that is rough or coarse, with a texture similar to rough gravel. Synonyms for "gravelly" include harsh, rasping, scratchy, hoarse, gruff, and husky. These words describe different types of rough or tough textures and sounds, and can be used to add variety and depth to writing and communication. For example, a character in a story might have a rasping voice that makes them seem intimidating, while a rough and gravelly surface might make walking or driving difficult. Synonyms for "gravelly" can be used to convey different moods, emotions, and sensory experiences, depending on the context and the intended effect.

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What are the opposite words for gravelly?

Gravelly is an adjective that describes a voice or a surface that consists of small rocks or pebbles. Antonyms for the word "gravelly" include smooth, silky, velvety, soft, gentle, and mellow. Smooth is the opposite of gravelly, meaning without roughness or harshness. Silky and velvety are soft and smooth to the touch, antonyms of the coarse and rough properties of gravelly. Soft and gentle describe something that is light and delicate, the opposite of the roughness associated with gravelly. Mellow is a term used to describe a voice that is smooth and relaxing, opposite to the harsh and grating features of gravelly.

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Usage examples for Gravelly

We are going now through a gravelly red soil, the sun blazing hot.
"From Edinburgh to India & Burmah"
William G. Burn Murdoch
Writing from her town residence about it to her old friend Mrs. Bray, George Eliot says: We, too, are thinking of a new settling down, for we have bought a house in Surrey about four miles from Godalming on a gravelly hill among the pine-trees, but with neighbours to give us a sense of security.
"George Eliot"
Mathilde Blind
The boat was now being carried by the current directly toward the shore, and soon its front end touched softly upon the gravelly beach.
"Dot and Tot of Merryland"
L. Frank Baum

Famous quotes with Gravelly

  • ... We talked while the full moon mounted in the sky, words filling up the narrow space between us, as much a buffer as a link. Hours passed and then suddenly at my foot there was a wriggle of the soil. A kangaroo mouse emerged, a creature that I have never otherwise seen except fleeing at a distance. I put my hand on the man’s shoulder to call his attention to this surprise, and we fell silent and watched the strangely fearless mouse do its work for a long time, then resumed the conversation more slowly and more softly as the creature continued to refine its tunnel entrance and the mound of gravelly earth at its mouth, indifferent to our presence. Bats swooped down and snatched invisible meals from the air, and coyotes began to howl, more of them, closer and more persistently than I’ve ever heard before or since, a whole orchestra of drawn-out cries into the dawn.
    Rebecca Solnit

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