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gurgle

gur guhl

  • n  the bubbling sound of water flowing from a bottle with a narrow neck
  • v  flow in an irregular current with a bubbling noise
  • v  make sounds similar to gurgling water
    The baby gurgled with satisfaction when the mother tickled it
  • v  drink from a flask with a gurgling sound
  • v  utter with a gurgling sound
    `Help,' the stabbing victim gurgled

  • So died, with a failing gurgle of protest, one of the Ivy League's oldest and least-mourned traditions: Dartmouth was the last of the eight schools to go coed.
  • It has become so much a fixed custom to gurgle happy criticisms over any Gilbert and Sullivan operajust because it is Gilbert and Sullivanthat lolanthe as produced by .
  • Gurgle, gurgle, the budget is sinkingWhen they first saw the budget, Congressmen of both parties let out a bipartisan howl.
News & Articles

  • Pick up a paddle
    The soft gurgle of clear water as it whirlpools around moss-covered stones is the siren call to Ohio's canoeing enthusiasts.
    June 18, 2013 - Bucyrus Telegraph-Forum
  • Pick up a paddle: Explore Ohio from network of waterways
    The soft gurgle of clear water as it whirlpools around moss-covered stones is the siren call to Ohio's canoeing enthusiasts.
    June 16, 2013 - Mansfield News Journal
Quotes

  • Kenneth Tynan in Independent
    Kenneth Tynan, later reviewing her performances in high comedy, said * * they had been enriched by Williams and revue with "the arched eyebrow, the appalled glare, the outrageous double take, the adenoidal gurgle, the wince of disgust".

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