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(1) The water emptied with a gurgle.
(2) He gave a low gurgle of laughter.
(3) We could hear the swish and gurgle of water against the hull.
(4) The baby gave a little gurgle of laughter.
(5) There was a gurgle of laughter on the other end of the line.
(6) He did, on a frothy gurgle of blood.
(7) A gurgle rose in his throat.
(8) There is not even a gurgle.
(9) Thelma gave a gurgle of laughter.
(10) By this time Irene was emitting a steady gurgle of contentment, when she wasn't laughing her head off.
(11) Chemicals gurgle down a drain straight into Hong Kong's sewers.
(12) Somewhere nearby there was the gentle gurgle of a stream.
(13) He heard himself gasp and gurgle, saliva and blood spitting past the merciless wire.
(14) Babies gurgle with pleasure, scream with pain, and howl with fear.
(15) The truck sank with a loud gurgle to mid-window, then settled into the mud directly in front of the loading ramp.
(16) The pipes in the attic gurgle in the night and keep me awake.
(17) He let the coke gurgle down his throat.
(18) The fountain flows with a merry gurgle.
(19) Instead, I heard only the sweet[sentencedict.com], soft gurgle of baby laughter.
(20) Nothing beats that shriek of delight or gorgeous gurgle of joy.
(21) Water not clear Cool, Stephen gurgle sound as if singing, all the year round can not.
(22) Soon the seawater began to gurgle pond gradually became shallower, revealing wet sand on either side.
(23) The water went down the plughole with a loud gurgle.
(24) I tried to wait, expecting him to respond with a gurgle or a chortle.
(25) Mavis heard the river; she heard the mill stacks hissing in the night, the gurgle of the aeration ponds.
(26) But there was only the sea foam, the muted deadly gurgle of the ledges them-selves.
(27) The rich, mouthwatering aroma of freshly cooked food made her stomach gurgle in anticipation.
(28) The squawking continued for a moment before dying out in a final gurgle as Rev. Levitt recited the prescribed blessing.
(29) Please listen to the depths of the season, a sweet - bi voiceless, to gurgle out.
(30) According to a survey of 1,000 daughters-in-law by parenting website gurgle.com, 7 in 10 women have confided that they can't stand their husband's mother.
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