From (the stem of) Latin faucēs + -al.
faucial (not comparable)
- (anatomy) Pertaining to the fauces; pharyngeal.
- 1839, Edgar Allan Poe, ‘William Wilson’:
- I could find, indeed, but one vulnerable point […]; my rival had a weakness in the faucial or guttural organs, which precluded him from raising his voice at any time above a very low whisper.