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  • adverb With spluttering noises.


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spluttering +‎ -ly


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  • By that time Turcaill was beside them, ready to thrust a fold of woollen cloth into the man's mouth as soon as he was allowed to raise himself, and empty it splutteringly of sand and grass.

    His Disposition

  • The First Minister also repeated the claim of a Tory-led coalition of the three minor parties despite a splutteringly indignant performance from one of Plaid's four leaders on the Television last night and the threat of legal action against anybody who has the temerity to float such a possibility.

    The foot in mouth election

  • The officers chimed in with expletives that came splutteringly from their lips, so that altogether it was a scene of confusion and excitement which was taking place in front of the old building.

    Air Service Boys Flying for Victory or, Bombing the Last German Stronghold

  • Johnson, the little interne with the glasses, had just come in, and when he heard my request he was splutteringly indignant.

    32 Caliber

  • But the new incumbent - the splutteringly slippery Liam Byrne - is just as bad as Balls.

    Burning our money

  • The popcorn splutteringly hilarious shock reveal of where Robbins has been hiding his secret underground lair or whatever it was is done with a terrifying zoom towards a cartoon mouse mouse above a children’s play area.

    Twist and Shout – When Movie Plots Go Bad | Obsessed With Film


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