Definition of nasally in English:

nasally

Translate nasally into Spanish

adverb

See nasal

‘Peabody's accent was high and aloof, crisp on the vowels and nasally through the consonants.’
  • ‘It was about this time that the nasally - voiced receptionist decided that she really couldn't pretend that Alli was not waiting any longer.’
  • ‘We believe that this technology will be useful against a wide variety of diseases, and will enable a new generation of vaccines to be administered orally and nasally.’
  • ‘His lyrical talents are no less impressive than his mood swings, showing variation in meter, tempo and vocal tone (although it's always a little nasally and heavy on enunciation).’
  • ‘He cleared his throat loudly and said nasally, ‘Class, sit down and be quiet.’’
  • ‘‘Oh, you know,’ William said, his voice coming out nasally as Adair lightly ran her fingers over the skin before pinching the bridge of his nose which made him yelp.’

Pronunciation

nasally

/ˈnāzəlē/ /ˈneɪzəli/