yn cadw sŵn
- yn cadw sŵngurgledgurglesgurgling
Noun(1) the bubbling sound of water flowing from a bottle with a narrow neck
Verb(1) flow in an irregular current with a bubbling noise(2) make sounds similar to gurgling water(3) drink from a flask with a gurgling sound(4) utter with a gurgling sound
(1) Now, add a splash of peach schnapps, then a gurgle or two of Jack Daniels.(2) I tried to speak, to say that of course I could, but a gurgle was all that sounded.(3) He heard waves pounding in his ears, the soft gurgle beneath the waves, the silty sound of sand being moved within hidden currents.(4) From inside, there came the sound of women's chatter, as well as the gurgle of happy babies.(5) Her often unintelligible language is as nascent as the land itself; sounds not yet words gurgle like the very volcanoes that created her native surroundings.(6) Once I got settled in a sitting position, my stomach decided to gurgle and I had realized for the first time in days that I was hungry.(7) The distinctive whining of a straining shield generator sounded, followed by the gurgle of flushing coolant, a desperate attempt by engineering to make the generator last longer.(8) Catherine gave a gurgle of laughter(9) I couldn't stop the gurgle of laughter erupting.(10) Orangutans, gorillas, and their ape relatives, meanwhile, will ineffectually thrash around in deep water or simply gurgle and sink.(11) chemicals gurgle down a drain straight into the sewers(12) A gurgle , sounding very similar to a laugh, replaced her cries, and a smile graced her face as Trent picked her up.(13) He felt a small gurgle of laughter in the back of his throat, at let it come, slipping into a smirk and then morphing into a grin.(14) My stomach gurgled uneasily and I felt my face flush green.(15) But she was taking her sweet time and my stomach was gurgling in protest, so I wandered over the supermarket for some chocolate.(16) I splashed the cool water on my face and watched as the steady stream flowed from the faucet into the porcelain basin and gurgled down the drain.
1. babbling ::
6. murmur ::
11. babble ::
12. burble ::
13. tinkle ::
14. bubble ::
15. ripple ::
16. murmur ::
17. purl ::
18. splash ::
19. plash ::
1. pour ::
2. roll ::
3. stream ::
Different Formsgurgle, gurgled, gurgles, gurgling
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