The article with the scratchy bones does simply not provide evidence for hunting.
No one recognized my voice, it became rough with a constant scratchy through with white spots in the back and sides of my mouth.
For those who do not trust their own burning eyes and scratchy throats, other sources of information are available.
They are not at all scratchy, though, so can easily be worn over a t-shirt.
Those who had only their own scratchy receivers phoned or wrote in.
It brought to life what scratchy vinyl and tape could not.
Your nose is running, your throat is scratchy, and your eyes are burning.
He starts in almost a whisper, a good place for that scratchy voice.
Unfortunately, those early shows can only be seen on scratchy kinescopes or heard on audiotapes.
But the test cars had itchy-scratchy noises in the headliners, near the sunroofs.
Word Origin and History for scratchy
1710, "affected with 'the scratch,'" a skin disease, from scratch (n.1) + -y (2). Meaning "composed of scratches" is from 1827; that of "grating" is from 1866. Of sounds (especially in reproduction) from 1889. Related: Scratchiness.