gur·gle verb \ˈgər-gəl\
: to make the quiet sound of water moving over rocks, through a pipe, etc.
: to make a sound like a liquid boiling or bubbling
of a baby : to make happy and quiet sounds
: to flow in a broken irregular current <the brook gurgling over the rocks>
: to make a sound like that of a gurgling liquid <the baby gurgling in his crib>
— gurgle noun
Examples of GURGLE
- The water gurgled through the pipes.
- I was so hungry that you could hear my stomach gurgling.
Origin of GURGLE
First Known Use: 1596
Related to GURGLE
- bubble, dribble, guggle, lap, plash, ripple, splash, trickle, wash
- pour, roll, stream
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