Difference between lager and gargle
- a general term for beer made with bottom fermenting yeast (usually by decoction mashing); originally it was brewed in March or April and matured until September
- a camp defended by a circular formation of wagons
The arrival of the charity van set off a minor riot as villagers scrambled for a share of the aid.
Mr. Hernandez's monochromatic costumes were 1950s-style, with the plain garb of the villagers contrasting with the cosmopolitan clothes of Neruda and his wife, Matilde, and Di Cosimo's natty, attention-getting white suit.
Finally met Judith "with the blue shutters": the American to whom the villagers have been trying to introduce me, going as far as to give me directions to her house "avec les volets bleus".
- rinse one's mouth and throat with mouthwash
- utter with gargling or burbling sounds
- a medicated solution used for gargling and rinsing the mouth
- the sound produced while gargling
For example, someone with a sore throat should gargle with salt water.
I sucked and gargled and gulped my man down until his toes opened and closed and he started grabbing and clutching the sheets, moaning out my name.
Krug is ‘the gargle of the gods’, he wrote, yet again providing us mere mortals with a ‘wish I'd written that’ moment.