verb (used without object), hic·cuped or hic·cupped, hic·cup·ing or hic·cup·ping.
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Example sentences from the Web for hiccup
That's too weird, too indigestible—don't start hiccuping again.The Planet Strappers|Raymond Zinke Gallun
He tossed the cans into his sack in a perfectly reckless manner, until Broadway was sick and hiccuping with fear.
Mr. Brackett was before the fire in the office, hiccuping with repletion and stuffing tobacco into the bowl of his clay pipe.
"T-a-s-t-e and s-e-e," cried the man who had fallen down, hiccuping.Traditions of the North American Indians, Vol. 1 (of 3)|James Athearn Jones
The reprobate ended his boastful confession with another burst of hiccuping, and Staniford helplessly laughed.The Lady of the Aroostook|William Dean Howells