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gargle

1. in. to drink liquor. They sat and gargled for an hour or two.
2. n. liquor; a drink of liquor. You want some more gargle?

gargle factory

n. a saloon; a tavern. Gary spends a lot of time at the gargle factory.
See also: factory, gargle
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It gives her a pleasurable gargling experience, and apart from that, she is confident that the mouthwash provides a real mouth clean feel, despite its water-like taste.
Oil pulling-or swishing and gargling oil in the mouth-has long been used in traditional Indian culture because it was thought to prevent disease and eliminate toxins from the body.
During the influenza season in Japan, a survey was conducted to detect the incidence of influenza infection and preventive measures being used, including the flu vaccination status of children in a household, the frequency and quantity of green tea consumption, the frequency of preventive measures such as hand-washing, face masks, and gargling, nutritional nourishment, sufficient sleep, thermal insulation, humidifying measures, ventilation, and crowd avoidance excluding school attendance.
When I feel a cold coming on - the precursor to that nasty aforementioned sinus infection - I do two things immediately: I start gargling with salt water, once every couple of hours or so, and I snort a saline solution, available over-the-counter under such monikers as Ocean Saline Nasal Spray.
Simple home treatments like gargling with warm salt water (for throat infection) and steam inhalation can keep our children away from antibiotics.
A practice of gargling with Chianti during races may have contributed to his distress, some think.
There may be 21 games to play, but the Fat Lady is gargling with TCP because without doubt this Derby team is one of the worst to play in the Premier League.
Water gargling may be effective for preventing upper respiratory tract infections, reported Dr.
Water gargling is a virtually cost-free modality that could "appreciably benefit people both physically and economically around the world," the authors concluded.
Apparently mocking the Blues' reputation for playing dull football, he amuses himself during a 0-0 bore draw by gargling (Is This The Way To) Amarillo.
Our family Americanized our name decades ago, making it AZ-gar, because the proper pronunciation requires an awkward gargling sound that's just too much to expect out of poor Joe Smith of Canoga Park.
Salt water gargling is an age-old remedy for quelling sore throat discomfort.
THE poet who taught children all about gargling with jelly and juggling with gerbils admits he is just a child at heart.
Similarly, gargling 800 computer monitors per hour in the giant throat of a multi-million-dollar, custom-engineered behemoth is what Gold Circuit Inc.