And I cried so much that I had the hiccoughs all the evening.
That hiccoughs may be stopped by counting slowly up to one hundred.
"Hiccoughs he must have meant, my dear," says Miss Priscilla, hastily.
RANK, dear old boy, you've been (hiccoughs) going it upstairs.
There were dried apples, that gave Mr. Sieppe the hiccoughs.
Between his hiccoughs he told us that he was on outpost duty here, but that he made himself quite comfortable all the same.
Spasmodic or irregular contractions of it in man are manifested by what is familiarly known as hiccoughs.
"Poor little country maid," he mumbled after recovering from a spell of hiccoughs which suddenly seized him.
Her sobs finally died down into hiccoughs, and Dora began to sing to her some songs that the child loved.
They rose—some of them reluctantly—from the bottles, Elchies strewing his front again with snuff to check his hiccoughs.