gurglet

[gur-glit]

Origin of gurglet

First recorded in 1790–1800; gurgle + -et
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Examples from the Web for gurglet

Historical Examples of gurglet

  • The gurglet and mantle were passed to him, and soon he and his follower were feeling their way upward.

  • The master made two trips; the first one, he took the gurglet in; the second, he took the mantle wrapping the sword.

  • The Prince smiled, and rejoined, with a thought of the bags in the gurglet thrown carelessly down by him: "Up with the anchor."


British Dictionary definitions for gurglet

gurglet

noun
  1. another word for goglet
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