Definition of Gulpy
1. marked by gulping [adj GULPIER, GULPIEST]
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Literary usage of Gulpy
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1. A Treatise on the Law of Contracts by William Wetmore Story (1856)
"R. 26; Chaplin r. Rowley, 18 Wend. R. 187. 1 Ibid. * Bryant !>. Beattie, 4 Bing. NCR 263; Com. Dig. Conditions, L. 4 5 ; Holme r. gulpy, 3 Mees. ..."
2. Jock of the Bushveld by Percy Fitzpatrick (1907)
"Jock took the water in great gulpy bites broken by pauses to get his breath again ; and Jim paced up and down—talking, talking, talking ! ..."
3. The Doctor in War by Woods Hutchinson (1918)
"But it's a gulpy and giddy sort of "proposition" at first. You walk into the little shed station, where your big military motor has dropped you after a ..."
4. The Leisure Hour edited by William Haig Miller, James Macaulay, William Stevens (1894)
"said—oh, I couldn't tell you what she said ; it makes me feel gulpy still to remember it. So we're engaged, and we're going to be married at once, ..."
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