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(RQ:KJV) vomited out Jonah upon the dry land.
1988, (w), ‘Peter Carey: ''Oscar and Lucinda''’, in ''Shaking a Leg'', Vintage 2013, p. 713:
- It is the illicit Christmas pudding an incorrigible servant cooks for the little boy one Christmas Day that sparks Oscar's first crisis of belief, for his father, opposed to Christmas pudding on theological grounds, makes the child vomit his helping.
To eject from any hollow place; to belch forth; to emit.
(RQ:Charlotte Bronte Shirley)a column of smoke, such as might be vomited by a park of artillery
(RQ:Dickens David Copperfield)
*1907, (w), ''The Longest Journey'', Part I, III ed., p. 45-46:
- "Hullo!" said the athlete, and vomited with this greeting a cloud of tobacco-smoke. It must have been imprisoned in his mouth some time, for no pipe was visible.
- After about a minute, the creek bed vomited the debris into a gently sloped meadow. Saugstad felt the snow slow and tried to keep her hands in front of her.
The act of regurgitating.
The act of vomiting
That which causes vomiting; an emetic.
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