To Gargari'ze. v.a. [γαργαρίζω; gargariser, French.] To wash the mouth with medicated liquors.
Vinegar, put to the nostrils, or gargarized, doth ease the hiccough; for that it is astringent, and inhibiteth the motion of the spirit. Bacon's Natural History.
This being relaxed, may make a shaking of the larynx; as when we gargarize. Holder's Elements of Speech.