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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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Two hours after surgery, about 25 percent of patients who used the licorice gargle had a sore throat, compared to 75 percent of those who gargled with water.
The boys gargled sea water to stop their throats from drying out and drank what little rain water they could lick off the hull.
More notably, perhaps, he was the guy who memorably gargled "Such a Perfick Day" towards the end of the all-star chart-topping BBC version of Lou Reed's classic.
He wrote scripture on the inner surface of a bowl, poured water in, stirred until the writing was dissolved, then filled his mouth, gargled, swallowed, and grinned.
He performed x-ray studies of the throats of 15 men and women after they gargled with meglumine diatrizoate.
Between songs, he gargled and mumbled into the mic before finally losing his voice and staggering off halfway through a song.
So you've tried all those fancy toothpastes, gargled and flossed and your breath is still your strongest feature?