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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of ingurgitate.

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Examples

  • Then one day a little tentacle of the octopus, just to amuse itself, ingurgitated Dawe's capital, and he moved to the Gramercy Park neighborhood where one, for a few groats per week, may sit upon one's trunk under eight-branched chandeliers and opposite Carrara marble mantels and watch the mice play upon the floor.

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  • From time to time, when they have ingurgitated too violent liquids, they revolt, and then they must be slaughtered, for once let loose they would act as a crazed stampeded herd.

    Là-bas

  • Having slowly ingurgitated and meditated upon this precious draught, and turned its flavour over and over with an aspect of potent Judicial wisdom

    Ordeal of Richard Feverel — Volume 2

  • At his decease, there is only a vacancy, and a momentary eddy, -- very small, as compared with the apparent magnitude of the ingurgitated object, -- and a bubble or two, ascending out of the black depth, and bursting at the surface.

    The House of the Seven Gables

  • At his decease, there is only a vacancy, and a momentary eddy, -- very small, as compared with the apparent magnitude of the ingurgitated object, -- and a bubble or two, ascending out of the black depth and bursting at the surface.

    The House of the Seven Gables

  • Micro-sized plastic is an enduring hazard, as it becomes mixed with plankton, which is then ingurgitated by small fish that are then eaten by larger predators, says Expedition MED.

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  • In the evening, after a 4-hour sleep, and 2 grams of a cocktail of Tylenol and Ibuprofen, I can still feel the pain and that is when my friend's verdict is that it is obviously something to do with nerves because only nerve pain cannot be defeated by the heavy dose of painkillers I have ingurgitated.

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  • Part deep ingurgitated, part yet ftruggling With their laft pantings melt themfelves a grave 70

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  • Having slowly ingurgitated and meditated upon this precious draught, and turned its flavour over and over with an aspect of potent Judicial wisdom (one might have thought that he was weighing mankind m the balance), the old lawyer heaved, and said, sharpening his lips over the admirable vintage, "The world is in a very sad state, I fear, Sir

    Ordeal of Richard Feverel — Complete

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