Definition of Gulpingly

1. Adverb. With gulping sounds or motions. ¹



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Definition of Gulpingly

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gulpingly

gulosities
gulosity
gulp
gulp down
gulped
gulper
gulper eel
gulpers
gulph
gulphe
gulphes
gulphs
gulpier
gulpiest
gulping
gulpingly (current term)
gulps
gulpy
guls
gulty
guly
gulyas
gum
gum-lac
gum acacia
gum accroides
gum albanum
gum ammoniac
gum anime
gum arabic

Literary usage of Gulpingly

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1. America at Work by John Foster Fraser (1906)
"It was overflowing into ten huge tubes, and fell gulpingly, with a weird splash, just 135 feet. Four hundred and forty cubic feet of water a second fell ..."

2. The Capsina: An Historical Novel by Edward Frederic Benson (1899)
"He ate his dinner peeking and peering at his food, and swallowing it gulpingly like pills, with a backward toss of his head, occasionally glancing at Mitsos ..."

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