gulp down


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Related to gulp down: gulp back, reflect upon

gulp something down

to drink all of something, usually quickly. He gulped his coffee down and left. He gulped down his coffee.
See also: down, gulp
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I begin each day with a bar of chocolate at 6am and after dinner every night I gulp down three large Kit Kats.
The TV judge, pictured, looked on in horror as Stevie Starr, a semi-finalist, appeared to gulp down the expensive diamond ring in Monday night's live show.
She suggests: lTake your time to eat meals, chew food thoroughly and don't gulp down your mounthfuls.
the new few weeks, they can gulp down a Macho soda at Del Taco and get a Dodgers collector cup in the process.
So hey, PCRM: Why are so few French kids gras from all that fromage they gulp down alfresco?
you almost gulp down in one, nor in the contemplation
Following the exploits of a hungry coyote who sets out to gulp down everything in sight--and the perplexed appetizers socializing in his tummy--There was a Coyote Who Swallowed a Flea blends the vibrant, cartoony art of Steve Gray and singsong rhythm to create a rollicking funny tale.
Their stuff comes in a neat little container so kitty can gulp down the meal-size contents all in one go.
When villagers drink unfiltered water from a pond, they also gulp down the worm-infected fleas, says Ernesto Ruiz-Tiben, technical director of the Carter Center's Guinea Worm Eradication Program.
We swallow more air if we eat too quickly, gulp down fluids, or drink carbonated beverages.
They don't have to gulp down a skinful by closing time.
For instance, in the late 1990s, Hutzler and his Trinity colleagues discovered that a vertical seam at which several soap films meet would gulp down a spherical droplet of soap solution and transform it, temporarily, into a football-shaped antibubble that descends while trapped in the seam.
IT all looks so easy as drinkers float around trying to gulp down bubbles of Baileys in a new TV ad.
Farms gulp down 70 percent of all freshwater used, industry 20 percent, and households about.
45, allowing just enough time for many guests to gulp down the odd local shrimp.