Origin of gargle
OTHER WORDS FROM garglegargler, noun
How to use gargle in a sentence
As a rule the gargles do not aid in the cure of the disease, though they contribute to the comfort of the patient.The Eugenic Marriage, Volume IV. (of IV.)|Grant Hague
In somebody's chicken coop a frightened, dozing hen gargles its throat and then goes to sleep again.Green Valley|Katharine Reynolds
Casealez advised gargles containing alum and sulphate of copper.
Gargles, sprays, and inhalations are often ordered for sore throats and colds.
Some remedies may be applied directly to the throat by gargles, and to the nose and throat by sprays.