THROT'TLE, n. [from throat.] The windpipe or larynx.

THROT'TLE, v.i. To choke; to suffocate; or to obstruct so as to endanger suffocation.

1. To breathe hard, as when nearly suffocated.

THROT'TLE, v.t. To utter with breaks and interruptions, as a person half suffocated.

Throttle their practic'd accents in their fears.