Noun(1) (usually plural
Verb(1) breathe spasmodically, and make a sound
(1) As it happens, the setback turned out to be the only hiccup in the 14 race series, and Andy made an astonishing recovery to claim 11 victories in his last 12 race meetings.(2) just a little hiccup in our usual wonderful service(3) The glottis suddenly closes and stops the inflow of air resulting in the sound of a hiccup .(4) A giggle, more a hiccup in sound than anything, emerged from her pursed lips.(5) Despite that hiccup the fact remains that Denmark have a genuinely decent side.(6) My eyes stung brutally and I started to hiccup .(7) Other than that hiccup against Pittsburgh, he has been on fire since his last three games of 2004.(8) This small hiccup in the otherwise smooth functioning of the hospital was quickly forgotten.(9) I sobbed, uncontrollably, starting to shake and hiccup I was crying so much.(10) The only hiccup is the sudden loss of batting form of vice-captain Ryan Watson.(11) She sobbed so hard that her chest hurt and she began to hiccup .(12) Mary began to hiccup , her efforts at trying to not cry getting the best of her.(13) He let loose the loudest hiccup I'd ever heard and took another swig of something or other from his canteen.(14) And while they've had a hiccup or two along the way, the fact is that they remain firmly on course to lift the title.(15) However, all sides are insisting this is a temporary hiccup that can be overcome.(16) Gradually, Adriana started to calm down until she was hiccuping softly with her hands in her lap.
(1) hiccup :: حازوق
1. continuity ::
Different Formshiccup, hiccuped, hiccuping, hiccups
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