Definition of Glugs

1. Noun. (plural of glug) ¹



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Definition of Glugs

1. glug [v] - See also: glug

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Glugs

gluepot
gluepots
gluer
gluers
glues
gluestick
gluesticks
gluey
glueyness
glueynesses
glufosinate
glug
glugged
glugging
gluggy
glugs (current term)
gluhwein
gluhweins
gluier
gluiest
gluily
gluiness
gluinesses
gluing
gluino
gluinos
gluish
glulam
glulams
glulisine

Literary usage of Glugs

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1. An Abridgment of The Light of Nature Pursued by Abraham Tucker, William Hazlitt (1807)
"But it was desire which gave the glugs their sweetness, for Sganarelle was in a state of desire, not of fruition, when he solaced himself with their ..."

2. An Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language ...: To which is by John Jamieson (1880)
"Flabby, flaccid ; applied to young and soft animal food, as veal, Ang. [glugs, ยป. Oatmeal stirred in cold water, and consistent as porridge, Shot. ..."

3. Young Humphry Davy: The Making of an Experimental Chemist by June Z. Fullmer (2000)
"... Tucker exclaimed: "Pretty bottle . . . how sweet are thy little glug glugs!" His examples beguiled the reader; his imagination illuminated his argument. ..."

4. Life in Victoria: Or, Victoria in 1853, and Victoria in 1858, Showing the by William Kelly (1859)
"My new Cornish friend became quite conversational, and after a second series of glugs from the flask, he made me his mining father-confessor, telling me how ..."

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