gurgle

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Synonyms for gurgle

Synonyms for gurgle

to flow or move with a low slapping sound

Synonyms for gurgle

the bubbling sound of water flowing from a bottle with a narrow neck

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flow in an irregular current with a bubbling noise

make sounds similar to gurgling water

drink from a flask with a gurgling sound

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utter with a gurgling sound

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He produced film of a horse on a treadmill, and using a camera on an endoscope, he showed that when a horse gurgles, its airway closes and insufficient oxygen gets to the lungs.
collaborator's efforts--gives the musicians a chance to stretch new kinds of expressive squeals, and gurgles from their instruments, within a decorous rhythmic and stuctural context.
Air purifiers hum, Chinese herbs line the shelves and a waterfall sculpture gurgles.
Great paper globes cover the lights on a bare-brick patio, and the fountain in the neighboring plaza gurgles the street noise away.
56am: Officers are heard to laugh as Christopher gurgles loudly again.
Leaning back in his lawn chair, retiree Paul Vincent couldn't have imagined a better way to spend his Saturday than listening to ``Waltz of the Flowers'' from ``The Nutcracker Suite'' mingle with the gurgles from the stream behind him.
Meanwhile, suspense builds as the hour approaches for the man who communicates with snorts, gurgles and growls to deliver his speech.
Studying it, he shifts his weight from one chukka-clad foot to the other then throws back a small mouthful of the liquid, gurgles it lightly and concentrates.
It begins with a rumble from deep within and erupts into a cacophony of slurps, gurgles and snorts.
A Glendale hospital contest to find the funkiest snorers in town is offering help for the winners and for their mates who find themselves rocked out of bed in the middle of the night by growls, gurgles and whistles.
Alby says he can interpret Leggy's gurgles and splutters into visions of what will be.
Next up was the 300ml gurgles as she tossed back her hair before downing an ice-cold beer.
POMP and circumstance met with gurgles and gummy smiles as babies prepared for the Royal wedding.
There are hardly any songs here -- just blips and bleeps, gurgles, strangled falsetto vocalizing and static noise, seemingly designed to burn off any lingering dilettantes from the Radiohead fan club.