Darius opened and closed his mouth several times, but the only noise that came out was a shocked gargle .
It was an important healing agent - the aspirin of its day - and was particularly useful as a rinse or gargle when mixed with water and vinegar.
Take honey on its own or make a gargle by mixing two tablespoons of set honey with four tablespoons of cider vinegar and a pinch of salt.
The muted, standard exhaust is now more of a burbling gargle with undertones of thunder.
instruct patients to gargle with warm water
As you know, he used to gargle with hot water before he gave a speech or went on television.
The sound coming from the other end of the line was such a gargle of noise that she wasn't sure if Dominic was growling or groaning in exasperation.
Still, it's better than the salt-water gargle many people recommend for sore throats.
a swig and gargle of mouthwash
This can be used to gargle , rinse the mouth, or take internally to treat sore throats and toothache.