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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of guggle.
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Peter let the note fall on the floor, and stood with bent head by the side of Thomas's crib, while Thomas guggled his milk.
The liquor clucked and guggled, plashed into the goblet, and splashed upon the table; but when he set the bottle down the glass was full to its capacious brim, and looked, upon the little
I at once took the child in my arms and guggled to it.
The child, I am happy to tell you, Sir, responded at once to my paternal attention and guggled happily in reply.
I tried to yell, but only groaned, and guggled low enstead;