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hiccup in Human topic

hiccuphiccup2 verb (hiccupped, hiccupping) [intransitive]  HBHBREATHEto have hiccups→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
hiccupTwo days before admission he noted abdominal distension and began to hiccup.Under the black vinyl the waters burbled and hiccuped.Would-be lovers belch or hiccup at decisive moments.Suffolk people hiccup half their words away.Rufus went on laughing, hiccuping with laughter.