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Gaggle vs. Gargle

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Gagglenoun

(collective) A group of geese when they are on the ground or on the water.

Gargleverb

(intransitive) to clean one's mouth by holding water or some other liquid in the back of the mouth and blowing air out from the lungs

Gagglenoun

Any group or gathering of related things; bunch.

Gargleverb

(intransitive) to make a sound like the one made while gargling

Gaggleverb

To make a noise like a goose; to cackle.

Gargleverb

(transitive) to clean a specific part of the body by gargling (almost always throat or mouth)

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Gaggleverb

To make a noise like a goose; to cackle.

Gargleverb

(transitive) to use (a liquid) for purposes of cleaning one's mouth or throat by gargling.

‘Every morning he gargled a little cheap Scotch.’;

Gagglenoun

A flock of wild geese, especially when on the ground.

Garglenoun

a liquid used for gargling

Gagglenoun

A gathering of people, especially a noisy one.

Garglenoun

the sound of gargling

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Gagglenoun

Any clustered group of related objects.

Garglenoun

(slang) lager, drink

Gagglenoun

a flock of geese

Garglenoun

See Gargoyle.

Gaggleverb

make a noise characteristic of a goose;

‘Cackling geese’;

Garglenoun

A liquid, as water or some medicated preparation, used to cleanse the mouth and throat, especially for a medical effect.

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Gagglenoun

a flock of geese.

Gargleverb

To wash or rinse, as the mouth or throat, particular the latter, agitating the liquid (water or a medicinal preparation) by an expulsion of air from the lungs.

Gagglenoun

a disorderly group of people

‘the gaggle of photographers that dogged his every step’;

Gargleverb

To warble; to sing as if gargling

Garglenoun

a medicated solution used for gargling and rinsing the mouth

Garglenoun

the sound produced while gargling

Gargleverb

utter with gargling or burbling sounds

Gargleverb

rinse one's mouth and throat with mouthwash;

‘gargle with this liquid’;

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