hiccupy


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hiccupy

(ˈhɪkʌpɪ)
adj
having hiccups
References in classic literature ?
The day was already far spent, and presently the company broke up with many hiccupy bows of the Sheriff and little notice of the drowsy Bishop.
Aged eight, I got told off in the foyer of the Odeon cinema for continuing to weep (noisily, too-big, hiccupy sobs) long after the credits had rolled at the end of E.
More precisely, there'sa distinct possibility that, at some point during one of those many post-pub living room libations, your hopped-up hiccupy host has pulled out the Surrey singer-song writer's classic 1980 chillout opus Grace And Danger.