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
Tilt your head back or slurp it up if there’s sediment (predominantly gulf coast oysters).
Water bugs stick their heads inside the shell, bite the mollusc, inject digestive enzymes, then slurp up the remains.
Expect to hear plenty of slurping sounds on Tuesday, July 11, when 7-Eleven hosts its annual Free Slurpee Day from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. The freebie is a small cup of your choice of the slushy treats, including cotton candy, lemonade and pina colada.
Slurp up the pink-and-purple swirl of milk and wash away the feeling that there might be something more meaningful at stake.
Parasites, viruses and bacteria from feces can make their way into the watershed and lurk, invisible, until hikers slurp them up.
VIPS guests were picked up outside Chaumet’s Place Vendome headquarters by a vintage 1936 bus and jerkily driven to a secret location, slurping champagne.
VIPS guests were picked up outside Chaumet's Place Vendome headquarters by a vintage 1936 bus and jerkily driven to a secret location, slurping champagne.
En route, a smaller predator, a Great Jagras, ignores Tokuda, attacking one of the resting herbivores instead before slurping its carcass up whole.
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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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