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Another word for gurgle

  1. To flow or move with a low slapping sound

      1. To cleanse, using water or other liquid, usually with soap, detergent, or bleach, by immersing, dipping, rubbing, or scrubbing:
      2. To soak, rinse out, and remove (dirt or stain) with water or other liquid:
      3. To make moist or wet; drench:
      1. A splash of water or other liquid hitting a solid surface.
      2. The sound of such a splash.
      3. A narrow channel through which tides flow.
      1. To propel or scatter (a fluid) about in flying masses.
      2. To scatter fluid onto (a surface) in flying masses; wet, stain, or soil with flying fluid.
      3. To cause (something) to scatter fluid in flying masses:
      1. The front area from the waist to the knees of a seated person.
      2. The portion of a garment that covers the lap.
      3. A hanging or flaplike part, especially of a garment.
      1. A gurgling or bubbling sound, as of running water.
      2. A rapid, excited flow of speech.
      3. A separation in the boundary layer of fluid about a moving streamlined body, such as the wing of an airplane, causing a breakdown in the smooth flow of fluid and resulting in turbulence.
      1. A thin, usually spherical or hemispherical film of liquid filled with air or gas:
      2. A globular body of air or gas formed within a liquid:
      3. A pocket formed in a solid by air or gas that is trapped, as during cooling or hardening.

Another word for gurgle

      1. To flow or ripple with a murmuring sound.
      2. The sound made by rippling water.
      1. A low, indistinct, continuous sound:
      2. An indistinct, whispered, or confidential complaint; a mutter.
      3. An abnormal sound, usually emanating from the heart, that sometimes indicates a diseased condition.
      1. To form or display little undulations or waves on the surface, as disturbed water does.
      2. To flow with such undulations or waves on the surface.
      3. To rise and fall gently in tone or volume.
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