Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of gurgling.

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Examples

  • "What you needed," she announced, with fresh gurglings, "was an exterior treatment."

    CHAPTER XIII

  • Other than some highly theoretical, empirically unsupportable gurglings about "If you think God was involved, you're never going to ask another scientific question," there's no evidence behind that one at all.

    A Public Policy Scientific Consensus?

  • When he had reached the end of the first row of casks he paused a moment to listen to the gurglings of the many half-inch streams running to waste.

    CHAPTER XIII

  • But the minute you go in to the score, you realize it ' s an absolute gold mine of new ideas, new sounds, charm, wit and strange, erotic little gurglings.

    Saving

  • I did wonder if this vessel ever uprighted itself on the higher reaches of the tide, listening as I did to the first gurglings in the reed-bound mud as the sea once again started to push against the hull of an active fishing boat, (short-wheel based Landrover in attendance).

    Tidal Reaches 2

  • My gut says a lot of things, but I don't try to impose its gurglings on the populace or amplify it into Gotterdammerung.

    Darkness at Noonan: James Wolcott

  • Not the diarrhea where you're making a dash to the toilet every 2 minutes, but the kind where you hear rumblings and gurglings for a few hours, and then spend 10 unpleasant minutes, as I wrote in my previous entry, 'unloading a heavy parcel.'

    It's all about perspective and crap

  • That often helped, bringing me a sense of quiet, listening to the purling of blood through my vessels and the subterranean gurglings of organs all carrying peacefully on without the slightest need of my conscious direction.

    A Breath of Snow and Ashes

  • I like to think approving things of them; to note individual excellences; to familiarise myself with their distinguishing traits; to listen to them in their petulance and anger, and in that sobbing subsidence to even temper; to their complacent gurglings and sleepy murmurs.

    The Confessions of a Beachcomber

  • “You are so kind, doctor,” she sobbed, and drank, with hysterical gurglings, the glass of water Mahony poured out for her.

    Australia Felix

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