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noun as in burble, murmur

verb as in burble, murmur

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Example Sentences

She kept her mask up to greet him over the hiss of the grill and the gurgle of fryer oil.

From Eater

Laughing at intervals that low gurgle which sprang from fear, as some wild bird would start up at his approach, he plodded on.

The next instant he sank back with a gurgle in his throat and a knife thrust in his side.

Elsie jumped up with a little gurgle of joy and ran ahead of her mother to the 25 flower.

Then there was a loud scream that died in a weltering gurgle.

His eyes closed tight, and there was a funny gurgle in his throat.


On this page you'll find 33 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to gurgle, such as: babble, bubble, crow, lap, plash, and purl.

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