(Slang) A mocking or scornful sound made by vibrating the tongue and lips while exhaling.
To make a stuttering sound by pressing tongue and lips together. It can be used to express contempt, mockery, or displeasure, real or feigned.
1/4 cup black raspberry liqueur (recommended: Chambord) 1/2 cup pineapple juice. 2 tablespoons white cranberry juice. 1 bottle of dry sparkling wine.
As your baby grows, they will start to communicate in different ways, e.g. B. by gargling, giggling and cooing. Babies start blowing raspberries, which look like a cluster of tiny spit bubbles, between the ages of 4 and 7 months. It’s one of the ways they develop language skills. You may notice other typical behaviors such as: Drooling.
Blowing on a raspberry refers to the funny sound made when you stick out your tongue and blow on it. Blowing on raspberries is a great way to make people laugh. Or place your lips on someone’s arm or stomach to blow a raspberry on their skin for a fun activity.
In this page, you can discover 28 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions and related words for raspberry, like: sound, buh, catcall, hoot, hiss, razz, bird, bronx cheer, sounds, razzing and snort < /b>.
These are little kisses that make a “raspberry” sound. You put your lips anywhere on the baby – try the tummy first; that’s always good for a giggle – and then you blow and flap your lips to make a sound.
My family and I always called it “belly ripping“.