Meaning of raspingly in English:



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‘Some of the columnists' appointments seem to presage the adoption of a tone even more raspingly ideological.’
  • ‘It was there, in a restaurant just off the main high street, that I tasted my first Portuguese table wine: a sharp, slightly fizzy white wine that was raspingly dry.’
  • ‘Its extreme heat and raspingly dry climate has sent many an enterprising winemaker packing.’
  • ‘June sat on the ground, breathing in raspingly.’