VERB + THROAT

cut, slash, slit

PREP

by the ~
She seized her attacker by the throat

ADJ

bad, infected, sore
dry

VERB + THROAT

clear
She cleared her throat, then began to speak

THROAT + VERB

ache, hurt
close (up), constrict, seize up, tighten
His throat constricted with fear when he saw the knife
dry, go dry

THROAT + NOUN

infection
lozenge, pastille

PREP

down the/your ~
She felt the cold water trickle down her throat

PHRASES

the back of your throat
The medicine left a sour taste in the back of my throat
a lump in your throat
He felt a lump in his throat, and tears forming in his eyes