hiccough

[ hik-uhp, -uh p ]SEE DEFINITION OF hiccough

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She had a hiccough and drops of blood oozed from the corners of her mouth.

Ernest turned a chuckle into a hiccough and followed Roger over to the well.

From across the room sounded a hiccough that ended in a dry hacking cough.

He say, "Again mon frien' ees wrong;O-u-g-h is 'up' In hiccough."

Hiccough is quite frequent in hysteria in girls, but it is of no consequence.

Which reminds me that Widder Smith 'as met you in (hiccough) in sassiety.

His face was white and drawn, and every now and then he shook with a hiccough.

Hiccough in some cases is an obstinate and annoying symptom.

Hiccough (singultus) is a spasmodic affection of the diaphragm.

It is almost as fatal, in fact, as a hiccough at the wrong moment.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR HICCOUGH

hiccup

noundiaphragm spasms

hiccups

noundiaphragm spasms
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