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Synonyms for gulp

Synonyms for gulp

to swallow (food or drink) greedily or rapidly in large amounts

an act of swallowing

Synonyms for gulp

a large and hurried swallow

to swallow hurriedly or greedily or in one draught

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utter or make a noise, as when swallowing too quickly

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He sits down, orders a beer, downs it in one gulp, walks over to the window, and jumps out Five minutes later, he walks into the bar again, orders another beer, downs it in a oner, walks over to the window, and jumps out again.
The little gulp constitutes the power stroke of the nanoengine, and on this scale it's a mighty one, notes Regan.
It was between gulps of convulsive laughter that she informed us that the title of a work by Dennis O'Connor and Phillip Adams was not Mitsy and Beade in East Seattle but Mitsy and Beade Eat the Apple.
The authors suggest putting the pill on the tongue, and taking two gulps of fluid in rapid succession -- swallowing the pill with the second gulp.
Each city's tickets are select offers designed to showcase that city's distinctive sites, whether visitors want to take their art, history, culture or cityscape in sips or gulps.
Here was a man among men: a guy who drank, fornicated with women and lived life in big, violent, gulps.
Profiles of individual fish species appear throughout the text and bring to light many varieties that possess unusual characteristics for adapting to their environment, for example, the spiny puffer fish gulps so much water that it becomes too big for its predators to eat.
Mostly an exercise in enthusiastic wheel-spinning, the collection does provide some good laughs and sly interpersonal observations between tokes and gulps.
And Reese (Justin Berfield) is appalled to discover where babies get their milk: ``My god,'' he gulps, ``women are the cows of people.