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- n. One that gulps
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A deep-sea eel, Saccopharynx ampullaceus, and other species of the family Saccopharyngidæ, remarkable for the extraordinary extension of the gape.
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- n. a drinker who swallows large amounts greedily
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The scientists who discovered the creatures were apparently as amused as we are, giving them names such as gulper eel, droopy sea pen, squarenose helmetfish, ping-pong tree sponge, Gorgon's head and googly-eyed glass squid.
And although my dog isn't much of a gulper of all things, many of his visiting dog pals are.
Accordingly, I anticipate that a consequence of the regulations authorized by this provision of the HCR bill, there will be false advertising and similiar trival suits — OMG, that triple grease bomb with super-sized fries and gallon gurgle gulper really had 52,000 calories and not just 50,000!
MADISON ARM, HEBGEN LAKE, MONTANA Famous for gulper fishing in late summer, this water calls for long, accurate casts.henrysforkanglers. com
Gallardo-Domas is fine but she strikes me as a bit of a gulper when it comes to her vocal lines.
Are you a gulper, must read in large chunks of time, one book at a time type, or can you be just as happy with a simple sips from several sources, reading several books at once?
I think of the Reader, with capital R, as a cross section gulper, and I'm always surprised to find that they may be more boutique than I imagine.
I am trying to locate those gulper eel and hatchet fish toys you have.
My 3 yo son is crazy about deep sea fishes like fangtooth, gulper eel, viperfish etc.
It's again more important to be able to drive with a big gulp than to drive a little gulper, apparently.
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