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Definition of Gulpingly
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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 ..."