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burp

verb as in expel gas

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Its neighbor to the east, Kīlauea, already erupted though but a small burp confined at the volcano’s crater summit.

As it nibbled on sunflower seeds that it turned in its little paws like tiny ears of corn, the squirrel emitted squeaks, grunts and burps that quite possibly exceed the recommended daily allowance of cute.

Just one year ago, dads were as likely as moms to crowd the halls of my kids’ elementary school at morning drop-off and wash burp cloths at the laundromat, babies strapped to their chests.

Hyper-energetic sun burps are usually harmless here on Earth thanks to our planet’s magnetosphere, but the team was curious what they might look like in other systems.

It could just be an ordinary low-energy burp, offering no clues about the major eruptions.

Clinton is the original political rock star, and the media remain utterly captivated by his every burp, cough, and hiccup.

Every time I have burp or my body has an urge to slow down, I tell myself, there is no reason to slow down.

He comes to power like Fidel Castro and enters Time magazine with a burp gun.

I can recommend strollers, changing tables, potties, burp cloths.

The burp-gunner advanced into the room, looked around, saw von Schlichten, and addressed him.

It was the pistol known as the "burp gun," that sprayed slugs like a hose.

Across the hall, Long Shadow's burp gun had made a fine mess.

"And I'll burp like a lady, if at all," Moira assured him cheerfully as they got ready to leave.

The baby fed and fed, and let out a deep burp in three-part harmony, spat up a little, and drank some more.

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On this page you'll find 3 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to burp, such as: belch, and eruct.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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