verb (used with or without object), gug·gled, gug·gling.
Origin of guggle
Examples from the Web for guggle
Something rose in my throat, I knew not what, which made me guggle as it were for speech.'Res Judicat|Augustine Birrell
He gurgled away like a babe with a pap-bottle, guggle—gug—gug!
And about all she could do was to guggle in her throat and say: "James!"The Man Next Door|Emerson Hough
He drank from the jug's mouth, and the gurgling echo sounded down the empty hall: Guggle—guggle—gone!The Bishop of Cottontown|John Trotwood Moore