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Gargle  n.  A liquid, as water or some medicated preparation, used to cleanse the mouth and throat, especially for a medical effect.

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"Gargle" Quotes from Famous Books

... forever. The memory of all that is half civilized and wholly unique and uncommon: of sleepy and smoky wigwams, where the ten tribes hold powwow in a confusion of gutturals, with a plentiful mixture of saliva; for it is a moist language, a gurgle that approaches a gargle, and in three weeks the unaccustomed ear scarcely recovers from the first shock of it; a memory of totem poles in stark array, and of the high feast in the Indian villages, where the beauty and chivalry of the forest gathered and squatted in ...
— Over the Rocky Mountains to Alaska • Charles Warren Stoddard

Words linked to "Gargle" :   mouthwash, sound, lave, emit, let out, wash, utter, rinse, let loose, solution

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