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


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  • So he ate and drank and made merry and took his pleasure and gave gifts of gear and coin and was profuse with gold and addrest himself up to eating fowls and breaking the seals of wine-flasks and listening to the giggle of the daughter of the vine, as she gurgled from the flagon and enjoying the jingle of the singing-girls; nor did he give over this way of life, till his wealth was wasted and the case worsened and all his goods went from him and he bit his hands284 in bitter penitence.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Strangled woman 'gurgled' on phone to mum THE mother of a woman strangled by her husband received a call that sounded like somebody was "drowning" on the night her daughter died, a court has been told. | Top Stories

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  • My shoulder hurt like it was going to fall off, and I half gurgled an acknowledgment.

    Kings of Colorado

  • When he finally did manage to breathe, his throat squeaked and his lungs gurgled.

    Bubble in the Bathtub

  • Once, her father, in the lodge at her back, gurgled and grunted in his sleep.


  • His lips were flecked with a soapy froth, and sometimes he choked and gurgled and became inarticulate.

    Chapter 12

  • "And that was why," she admitted shamelessly, then leaned away from me, her hands resting on my shoulders, while she gurgled and her lips parted from over her beautiful white teeth.


  • Elliott rubbed his face against my velour shirt and gurgled.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: New Moms

  • The boy croaked a soft reply as more bourbon gurgled into Ron's glass.

    We're All Guys Here


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