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Sensory language is language that appeals to the senses. This includes not only the sense of sight, but also touch, smell, taste, and hearing. In the sentence that you gave above, the word "gravelly" gives the reader the idea of a raw, grating voice, thus appealing to the reader's auditory sense.
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