gargle

[ gahr-guh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF gargle

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GARGLE

"And gargle all his 'r's,'" added the other, very earnestly.

This is not the time, however, when the lesson 'how to gargle' can be learnt.

He should be taught to gargle, and to regard the physician as one of his best friends.

The temperature of the gargle should be about 70°-75° Fahrenheit.

Listerine diluted in water and used as a gargle is also good.

I doubted that Mannion would be able to make anything of that gargle.

I always have to gargle for half-an-hour if I have been crying and am going to sing.'

Gargle the mouth with a little of this liquor every morning while necessary.

We always have to gargle with salt water, at home, when we have sore throats.

His gargle had helped her, and he gave her things to make her sleep at night.

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