glub


glub
I. \\ˈgləb\ noun (-s)
Etymology: imitative
: a gurgling, bubbling, or gulping sound (as of water running down a drain) — often reduplicated

listened to the glub, glub, glub of the milk bottle as it sank below the surface of the pond

: an inarticulate strangled sound (as of someone attempting to speak while under water)
II. intransitive verb (glubbed ; glubbed ; glubbing ; glubs)
: to make a glub — often reduplicated

like cold molasses glub-glubbing from a barrel — James Street


Useful english dictionary. 2012.


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