I gulped them in a few days and was left in a state of withdrawal.
I gulped down some tea, nibbled at a cookie, and looked around.
Sgt. Crowley raised his beer to his lips and gulped, as Professor Gates lectured and gestured.
Señor Ortega gulped down some more wine and suggested I should tell him who I was.
It was at this point in his vision of the things that might happen to him that he had gulped.
Dorothy gulped down the lump in her throat, but made no reply.
Caroline gulped and Miss Honey examined her shoe-ties mutely.
Jim gulped down more wine, and Ellis ordered a second bottle.
"My husband is so—interested in the scheme," she said, and gulped a little at the lie.
Borg, looking like a yawning horse, gulped down another glass of punch.
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."