from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A clod.
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- noun The sound made when a liquid is poured out of a jug or bottle.
- noun The amount of liquid issued from a jug or bottle when the "glug" sound is heard.
- verb To quickly
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- verb make a gurgling sound as of liquid issuing from a bottle
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September 24, 2008 at 12:35 am wooooooot *nom nosh glug nom nosh glug* aaaaaah *runs rown inna circlol* am hyper naaaooo, too mush shoogaarrr!
Heer Maus, hav a scotch *klink glug glug glug* itz a fife hunnerd yeer owl singul malt frum teh heelans ov Scotlan!
This is delicious and juicy ... * glug glug* -- posted by Sounds delicious.
I'll eat the real brownie first! caption 2: * glug glug glug* More hot chocolate please!! caption 3: You see this cup of hot chocolate?
England isn't sinking in the south-east '' glug '- or -' What do you mean Polio can be prevented with a vaccine - absolute tosh!
I start with a glug of olive oil, add some minced garlic, throw in some sort of vegetable (usually broccoli, though asparagus is coming in season now, and that is super good, too.), squeeze in the juice of one lemon, and toss with whole wheat linguine.
If I'm feeling like I haven't had enough protein in the day, I might add a few shrimp (making it scampi-esque) or I might throw in some chopped chicken (and add some capers, a few mushrooms and a glug of white wine and you've got a decent representation of chicken scallopine).
A glug of heavy cream stirred in at the end lends richness.
Like all the people who think the artificial Russia-America conflict is really interesting, he will go glug-glug-glug as the capitalists make him sink under the sea.
It was from these two instructors I learned a parlance that raised my comfort level in the kitchen: A glug of olive oil.