Examples of slurp in a Sentence
He always slurps his soup.
his dinner date slurped her soup directly from the bowl
Recent Examples of slurp from the Web
The 37 million American binge drinkers slurped 17 billion binge drinks that year, or about 470 binge drinks per binge drinker, according to the study.
Laugh along with comedian Greg Hahn, watch artists create masterpieces in one hour at Monster Drawing Rally and slurp up ramen at an ice cream shop.
The opening scene in the film is the most captivating, showing a journey through the back alleys leading to Ramen Ichufuku in Hatsudai, and then into the bustling restaurant at noontime, where customers slurp noodles and broth quickly.
The show’s highest-profile meal came in its eighth season, in 2016: Bourdain with then President Barack Obama inside a Hanoi, Vietnam, noodle house, talking about diplomacy, statecraft and optimism while slurping bún cha.
There are 5,388 people toeing the start line today, and everyone is in a frenzy—waiting impatiently for portable toilets, slurping last-minute gels, shedding layers, filling drop-bags, bouncing around to keep warm on this 10-degree morning.
Could slurping up chicken soup save me a trip to the local pharmacy?
Kardashian, who has been touring Tokyo recently, is pictured slurping up some noodles while her pink hair drapes over her bare body.
The toad tongues were so fast, the beetles didn’t have time to react before being slurped up.
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Origin and Etymology of slurp
First Known Use: 1648See Words from the same year
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Definition of slurp for English Language Learners
: to eat or drink (something) noisily or with a sucking sound
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