The coming man is to consider it low to walk up to a bar and gulp down liquor.
She, obedient, seemed to gulp down some words which wanted to come out.
Then she had to gulp down a lump in her throat and rub her eyes.
Then she pressed it unexpectedly, so that he had to gulp down a lump that was in his throat.
Nor is it necessary to gulp down ardent spirits to keep the spirits up.
He watched Monty gulp down his drink with unaccustomed rapidity.
Men in dairy lunches were hustling to gulp down the food which cooks had hustled to fry.
Pomponia paused before she spoke, and had to gulp down a choking sob.
The hungry animal would rifle it completely, gulp down the priceless fat meat, and strew the rest of the provisions about.
Again Bob White paused to gulp down the obstacle in his throat.
late 14c., a native coinage or else from Flemish gulpe or Dutch gulpen "to gush, pour forth, guzzle, swallow," in any case possibly of imitative origin (cf. Swedish dialectal glapa "to gulp down"). Related: Gulped; gulping.
1560s, from gulp (v.), or else from Flemish gulpe, Dutch gulp "stream of water, large draught."