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gurgle

Etymology: Fr, gargouiller, to gurgle
an abnormal coarse sound heard during auscultation, especially over large cavities or a trachea nearly filled with secretions.
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Alexander added that the five-year-old has had an operation on his soft palate, but Byrne reported that he still gurgled a bit.
asked Raina Hanley, Ian's mom, as the Woodland Hills Rec Center pool gurgled and spat under a last-minute spritzing by lifeguards during this week's heat wave.
Three-month-old Ben gurgled happily in front of the cameras as he perched on carer Val Wainwright's knee.
Cashman reported his mount had gurgled after jumping three out.
Milo gurgled happily for the camera in his romper suit.
Bubbles gurgled as Shira Rawlinson took her first dive into Earth's living jewel box, fathoms below the ocean surface.
He was beaten very early and Neil Pollard told me the colt either gurgled or swallowed his tongue.
Jamie Osborne said he gurgled at the top of the hill and, with the ground as firm as it was, he just looked after him and let him come home in his own time.