gargler


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gargler

n. a drinker; a drunkard. You are going to turn into a gargler if you don’t let up on your drinking.
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We have listed a divine New Zealand gargler - Mount Cass Gewurztraminer - a luscious, fruity, floral, harlot of a wine that would normally suggest a tidy bit of Thai or some cheeky Chinese but, for reasons better known to old Bacchus, I had a feeling it'd be a right belter with a whack of homemade pork crackling.
In a few years she has gone from Welsh warbler to boozy gargler, pawing her way through more sauce than HP.
Why, none other than John Reid, the reformed gargler who is never off the telly demanding that Tony Blair should be Prime Minister for ever.
The old gin gargler is great in the kitchen and I think the least she could have done is show her daughter how to open a tin.
At least we'll be spared the laryngeal grunting of old turpentine tonsils but even without the gravel gargler I'm not optimistic about the quality of this year's acts.
Lamontagne beats 'em all with a debut delight that sounds as if Astral Weeks has been remade by gravelly Gomez gargler Ben Ottewell.
I try to teach you little cum garglers something, and this is the thanks I get.
Furthermore, when water garglers developed a URTI, bronchial symptoms were attenuated; the mean peak score in bronchial symptoms was 1.
My first port of call is an often misunderstood grape that, unfortunately, is responsible for some terribly insipid party garglers that shouldn't be within a million light years of any decent vintner.
In the grand old days of garrulous garglers, West Midlanders were assured a toasty welcome in the pub at the end of the street.
What place in such lofty company have the philosophers, straw-suckers,glass-blowers, healers, tiddly-winkers, religious leaders, the all -day soaks and garglers, weekend hippies, poets, string-vest models, pancake-tossers,mop salesmen and the makers offool's gold?