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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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The study included 40 patients undergoing spinal surgery, who simply gargled with a diluted licorice solution or plain water just five minutes before induction of general anaesthesia with an airway (endotracheal) tube.
The replacements, however, neither sang nor gargled, forcing Adams to explore new areas of bath time fun.
Performances add just a little more depth to that, though Duvall's gesticulations, posturing, limping and gargled dialogue comes close at times to self-parody; at the very least, it may be the fussiest depiction of a good ol' boy committed to film.
TWO teenage boys ate jellyfish and gargled sea water to survive as they spent SIX DAYS adrift in a tiny boat.
Our sore throats were treated with a concoction of cayenne pepper, salt, vinegar which was boiled, cooled down and then gargled with (we never owned up to a sore throat until it was unbearable).
A man did somersaults while sitting in a chair; a woman filled her mouth with water and gargled a song; Court-Circuit (Short-Circuit) looked solemnly at the audience and said, "As for me, I am dancing inside.
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.