ingurgitate: v. (used with object), in·gur·gi·tat·ed, in·gur·gi·tat·ing.
to swallow greedily or in great quantity, as food.
to engulf; swallow up.
The floodwaters regurgitated trees and houses.
I’d heard of ingurgitate but until I started P.G. Wodehouse’s The Adventures of Sally. I wasn’t sure that he wasn’t making it up, but ingurgitate is indeed a word.
Here’s my first stab at a video Weekend Coffee Share using a video on Adobe’s Spark, which is free. (So many Adobe products are very expensive IMHO.)
There’s a tune that will play so mute your computer if that’s a problem.
The video didn’t take long to make, maybe 30 minutes, but that is longer than to just write a post, but I’ve been stretching my creativity this past week, which I’ve enjoyed.