English version

gullet in Human topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgulletgul‧let /ˈɡʌlɪt/ noun [countable]  BELIEVEthe tube at the back of your mouth through which food goes down your throat
Examples from the Corpus
gulletRemnants were found in the throat and gullet, as some of it had been swallowed.Bing could be one himself if he threw enough slugs down his gullet.He clutched his throat, gagging on the bone embedded in his gullet.Riven downed a great gulp of the cold beer and felt it alternately chill and warm his gullet.Other rhythmic sequences consisted of repetitive simultaneous contractions in the uppermost portion of the gullet.This mucus floods the area at the base of the tongue and the entrance to the gullet, adhering to the walls.