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


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  • I poured a tumbler of Old Overcoat for Elmo who glugged it – then gasped as his mucus membranes were destroyed on contact.

    2009 July « Official Harry Harrison News Blog

  • He glugged it down and smacked his lips – then held out his empty glass.

    2009 July « Official Harry Harrison News Blog

  • It took him the better part of fifteen minutes until he'd glugged out twenty-four bottles.

    The Fountain

  • Good—Mrs. Hoare was rabbiting on to Mr. Brand while Mr. Brand glugged his wine.

    Kiss & Break Up

  • The drain glugged it down as its sweet, biting stench infused the air.


  • In theory, the smell of alcohol should have been enough to repel them, but I bet they went right ahead and glugged away, anyway, the greedy pigs.

    Notes from A Totally Lame Vampire

  • In the supposedly drug-free past, children were put to bed with paregoric, old folks beatified themselves with Hadacol, and teetotal housewives contentedly glugged 80-proof women's trouble remedies.

    Michael Kaplan: Drugs: Losing the Longest War

  • A strange liquid reservoir attached to the top glugged as he fired.

    Hellgate London Covenant

  • “He developed two bottoms and I think he got glugged up,” she said.

    Four Legged Chicken

  • Banokles was carrying a small sack of provisions on his shoulder, including a heavy pottery jug that glugged a little as he walked.

    Shield of Thunder


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