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


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  • He wolfed his ham and corn bread, gulped from a canteen full of cold coffee.

    The Guns Of The South

  • "That was a moment when we kind of gulped and said, 'Oh, man'," McKinnon later recalled.


  • Well, if you know someone who's already been "gulped," they can give you one.

    GoogleGulp...right on!

  • When Pittsburgh picked him up to start the year, I was managing Cincinnati and trying to break down the league, and I kind of gulped, and thought, 'Oops, they just got a lot better.' - NLCS capsule: Marlins vs. Cubs

  • It had a floater to it, and Edwards kind of gulped a couple of times, but you can see that he's waiting in the wings.

    CNN Transcript Oct 5, 2004

  • A few eatables are swallowed in haste -- the visitor talking away all the while with his mouth full -- a glass of wine or of punch is "gulped" down, and the gentleman bows himself out.

    The Secrets of the Great City

  • Here Come the TV Ads - Steve Ballmer says he "gulped" when he approved the marketing budget for Microsoft's new Bing search engine -- it's reportedly in the $100 million range.

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • Then, the doctor "gulped" as we say in ASL, and then discussed how to arrange for an interpreter at his office. Deafness

  • Then he lowered the bottle to his lips and gulped.


  • Rocco gulped, and said something that sounded like, “Scusi, sir-uh,” and then he rattled off a fast string of words.



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