Even so distant, I can taste the grief, / Bitter and sharp with stalks, he made you gulp…Where bridal London bows the other way.
At boilerplate moments, including “closeup of sad senator,” take a gulp of beer.
“But our people did gulp after the bombs went off in Pune,” he said.
Nobody expects movies like this one to celebrate single motherhood as an identity or as a (gulp) lifestyle choice.
Nominees: Transformers, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Harry Potter and—gulp—Real Steel.
His body spun around like a top and he was forced to gulp for air.
It passed where the whales swim, and the whales were afraid to gulp at the mighty horns.
"I did," replied Crimmins, swallowing the whiskey at a gulp.
The gulp was communicative; it proved too much for his wife.
I swallow hundreds at one gulp, and when I lash the waters with my tail it is like a storm.
late 14c., a native coinage or else from Flemish gulpe or Dutch gulpen "to gush, pour forth, guzzle, swallow," in any case possibly of imitative origin (cf. Swedish dialectal glapa "to gulp down"). Related: Gulped; gulping.
1560s, from gulp (v.), or else from Flemish gulpe, Dutch gulp "stream of water, large draught."