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Synonyms for burble

to flow or move with a low slapping sound

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Synonyms for burble

flow in an irregular current with a bubbling noise

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Press it and the seat bolsters grip your hips tightly, throttle response is heightened and the exhaust burbles menacingly.
Yet there is still the odd office nerd who burbles: 'Ha, the inmates are running the asylum' when referring to employers; and everyone knows what the poltroon means.
This time round they are more experienced and sensible, but passion still burbles away beneath the surface, and the dialogue feels honest and intelligent.
Until now the European Parliament has been a mystery to most people - it burbles on, but to what effect?
He burbles that public confidence has to be restored.
He burbles: "She is the most beautiful girl in the world.
The sparrow eventually burbles the original theme again, a version of a sonata's final recapitulation.
"The Tory Party needs to work hard to show it cares for the whole country," he burbles.