She felt her throat go dry.
I have a sore throat and a headache.
I should've slit his throat after what he said.
His tie was loosened at his throat.
n. to be at each other's throats：激烈争吵；互殴
The idea that Billy and I are at each other's throats couldn't be further from the truth.
n. to clear your throat：清嗓子
Cross cleared his throat and spoke in low, polite tones.
n. to ram/force sth down sb's throat：强迫某人接受某事；不断向某人灌输某思想
He rammed his own opinions down my throat.
I've always been close to my dad but he's never rammed his career down my throat.
I can't understand why we're trying to ram Shakespeare down their throats.
n. to stick in your throat：令人无法接受
What sticks in my throat is that I wasn't able to win the trophy.
n. to cut your throat;to cut your own throat：自寻死路；自讨苦吃；自取灭亡
n. to have sb/sth by the throat：扼住某人/某物的咽喉；完全控制住某人/某物
n. to jump down sb's throat
have a sore throat