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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of gargle.

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Examples

  • (To be fair, the animals don't exactly talk; they occasionally produce a kind of gargled English and communicate with each other in amusing picture balloons.)

    Cleveland Scene

  • Joan, who had gone into the bungalow, tossed down a strip of white calico, in which old Telepasse was promptly wrapped, and he stood forth, resplendent and purified, withal he still spat and strangled from the soap-suds with which Noa Noah had gargled his throat.

    Chapter 11

  • I sucked and gargled and gulped my man down until his toes opened and closed and he started grabbing and clutching the sheets, moaning out my name.

    Deep Throat Diva

  • Last autumn he visited the emergency room after accidentally clipping his finger in a hedge trimmer, which seemed quite dire relative to the wheezing infant of freaked-out first-time parents, an elderly woman who gargled citronella torch fuel she mistook for mouthwash, and a teenager too stoned to notice or mind that his right foot pointed back instead of front, the result of a Jackass copycat stunt gone bad.

    Parents Behaving Badly

  • Last autumn he visited the emergency room after accidentally clipping his finger in a hedge trimmer, which seemed quite dire relative to the wheezing infant of freaked-out first-time parents, an elderly woman who gargled citronella torch fuel she mistook for mouthwash, and a teenager too stoned to notice or mind that his right foot pointed back instead of front, the result of a Jackass copycat stunt gone bad.

    Parents Behaving Badly

  • He gargled his mouth and throat, took a suck at a divided lemon, and all the while the towels worked like mad, driving oxygen into his lungs to purge the pounding blood and send it back revivified for the struggle yet to come.

    Chapter 5

  • The ritual fountains gargled his ears, and spat out

    Aya Sofya

  • All business: Their last gargled gasp of protest sealed my end of the deal, loosing my fetters to fly away home.

    My Respects

  • I sucked and gargled and gulped my man down until his toes opened and closed and he started grabbing and clutching the sheets, moaning out my name.

    Deep Throat Diva

  • I sucked and gargled and gulped my man down until his toes opened and closed and he started grabbing and clutching the sheets, moaning out my name.

    Deep Throat Diva

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