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  • v. Present participle of ingurgitate.

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Examples

  • I actually thought it was gonna be some sort of social commentary, with a xerox machine ingurgitating stereotyped chicks, but I was proven wrong, in the end.

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  • Across the table, his wife, Rebecca, beamed at him over her comfortable plinth of chins, and round the table his children, David, Jacob, Morris and Saide, would have beamed at him if they had not been too busy at the moment ingurgitating goulash.

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  • Fulton Street, above the girl in a green hat who is just now ingurgitating a phial of orangeade, there are six different roof levels, rising like steps toward the gold lightning bolts of the statue on top of the Telephone and Telegraph Building.

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  • Were she but safe I would willingly embrace the fatal ingurgitating billow.

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  • Striking the neck of the flask on a wheel, the trooper applied it to his mouth, and ceased not deeply ingurgitating till his face was broad to the sky and the bottle reversed.

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  • "'I imagine,' says I, after ingurgitating another modicum of the royal booze, 'that it wouldn't be at all a disingenuous idea for a train robber to run down into this part of the country to hide for a spell.

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  • To swallow greedily. Strange you don't see this word more often.

    June 13, 2008