from The Century Dictionary.
- To wash or rinse, as the mouth, with any medicated liquor.-
- To apply or use as a gargle.
- Also spelled
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- transitive verb obsolete To gargle; to rinse or wash, as the mouth and throat.
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- verb obsolete To
gargle; to rinseor wash, as the mouthand throat.
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The cross-eyed fellow was already on the platform; he began to tune the guitar, and six women sat down around him in a row, beginning to clap hands in time to the music; Tarugo rose from her seat and started a side dance, and was soon wiggling her hips convulsively; the singer commenced to gargarize softly; at intervals he would be silent and then nothing would be heard save the snapping of Tarugo's fingers and the clatter of her heels, which played the counterpoint.