Definition of Gulpers

1. Noun. (plural of gulper) ¹



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Definition of Gulpers

1. gulper [n] - See also: gulper

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gulpers

gullying
gullywasher
gullywashers
gulofuranose
gulofuranoside
gulofuranosides
gulose
guloses
gulosities
gulosity
gulp
gulp down
gulped
gulper
gulper eel
gulpers (current term)
gulph
gulphe
gulphes
gulphs
gulpier
gulpiest
gulping
gulpingly
gulps
gulpy
guls
gulty
guly
gulyas

Literary usage of Gulpers

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1. England: With Sketches of Society in the Metropolis by James Fenimore Cooper (1837)
"... and altogether a most vulgar substitute for the egg-cup, and one quite unfit to be seen anywhere but in a steam-boat or a tavern frequented by gulpers. ..."

2. Gleanings in Europe by James Fenimore Cooper (1837)
"... and altogether a most vulgar substitute for the egg-cup, and one quite unfit to be seen any where but in a steamboat, or a tavern frequented by gulpers. ..."

3. Problems in Pan Americanism by Samuel Guy Inman (1921)
"... the enemies of all idealisms, furiously enamored of the dollar, insatiable gulpers of whiskey and sausages—swift, overwhelming, fierce, clownish. ..."

4. People's Banks: A Record of Social and Economic Success by Henry William Wolff (1896)
"... are popularly known as " lub- bucks," which means "gulpers" or "devourers," and seems to be the Indian equivalent for " Shylock. ..."

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