It took me just two bites to crunch and pop and slurp and swallow the whole thing, and I was crying as I did so.
He took a slurp and turned towards me on the bench, holding my eyes with his.
You can sit at the counter, slurp a superb milk shake, and watch the action.
Would he be able to nibble on foie gras, slurp fettuccine Alfredo, and sample chocolate mousse without putting on weight again?
1640s, from Dutch slurpen, perhaps of imitative origin (cf. German schlurfen). Related: Slurped; slurping. The noun is first recorded 1949, from the verb.
To eat or drink with greed: slurping porridge from a wooden spoon/ The cat slupped up the milk in no time (1648+)