- 1. v.To nearly vomit, but not quite; halfway between burping and barfing.2. n.The substance one nearly vomits.
That little hole-in-the-wall seemed like a good place for lunch, but now I'm bargling. Their bargle doesn't even remind me of lunch. It's the nastiest bargle I've ever bargled.
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bargle\ nawdle\ zouss — Singing, which is especially hard to do with marbles in one s mouth. From Weird Al s Smells Like Nirvana. It s hard to bargle nawdle zouss with all these marbles in my mouth … Dictionary of american slang
argle-bargle — [är′gəl bär′gəl] n. [Informal or Dial.] ARGY BARGY … English World dictionary
argle-bargle — noun Etymology: reduplication of Scots & English argle, alteration of argue Date: 1872 chiefly British argy bargy … New Collegiate Dictionary
argle-bargle — /ahr geuhl bahr geuhl/, n. Chiefly Brit. argy bargy. [1870 75; redupl. of argle, var. of ARGUE] * * * … Universalium
argle-bargle — 1. noun A verbal argument. 2. verb To argue. Last night ye haggled and argle bargled like an apple wife; and then passed me your word, and gave me your hand to back it; and ye ken very well what was the upshot … Wiktionary
argle-bargle — argument, lively discussion … English contemporary dictionary
argle-bargle — ar·gle bar·gle … English syllables
argle-bargle — ar•gle bar•gle [[t]ˈɑr gəlˈbɑr gəl[/t]] n. brit. argy bargy • Etymology: 1870–75; redupl. of argle, var. of argue … From formal English to slang
argle-bargle — /agəl ˈbagəl/ (say ahguhl bahguhl) verb (i), noun → argy bargy … Australian English dictionary
argle-bargle — noun a verbal dispute; a wrangling argument • Syn: ↑argy bargy • Regions: ↑United Kingdom, ↑UK, ↑U.K., ↑Britain, ↑United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, ↑Great Britain … Useful english dictionary