verb (used with or without object), gug·gled, gug·gling.
Origin of guggle
Examples from the Web for guggle
Historical Examples of guggle
And about all she could do was to guggle in her throat and say: "James!"The Man Next Door
Something rose in my throat, I knew not what, which made me guggle as it were for speech.'Res Judicat
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
He gurgled away like a babe with a pap-bottle, guggle—gug—gug!