from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To eat or drink noisily.
- intransitive v. To eat or drink something noisily.
- n. A loud sucking noise made in eating or drinking.
- n. Slang A mouthful of a liquid: took a slurp of grape juice.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To eat or drink (something) noisily
- n. A loud sucking noise made in eating or drinking
- n. A mouthful of liquid
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. eat noisily
He took a noisy slurp from the short spoon and followed it with a gulp from the cup.
I did finally get the software to "slurp" my blog.
(Of course, she doesn’t use the proletarian term slurp, but rather dances around it by suggesting that the eater inhale.)
(She still managed to sneak a slurp or two on the sly.
SkyGrabber can automatically "slurp" data over satellite.
While drinking the product through a straw, agency director Bob Stanford commented that it made a "slurp" sound coming through the straw.
If the size is too small, the system call returns zero, alerting the application. inotify, however, allows user space to "slurp" multiple events at once.
After installing the Booksmart software (which severely slowed down my old laptop PC when I was using it), you select a blog book and then you point it to your blog to "slurp" your blog entries.
If you're using Blogger or WordPress you can't "slurp" your blog to create a book at
I guess Blurb. com has requested the new information from them to make the "slurp" process work again but they aren't playing nice and won't share.