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Verb: disgorge  dis'gorj
  1. Cause or allow (a solid substance) to flow or run out or over
    "disgorge the beans all over the table";
    - spill, shed
  2. Eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth
    "After drinking too much, the students disgorged";
    - vomit, vomit up, purge, sick, cat [informal], be sick, regorge [archaic], retch, barf [informal], spew [informal], spue [archaic], chuck [informal], upchuck [N. Amer, informal], honk [Brit, informal], regurgitate, throw up, vom [informal], keck [informal], hurl [informal], chuck up [Brit, informal], chunder [Brit, informal], boke [UK, dialect], boak [UK, dialect]

Derived forms: disgorged, disgorges, disgorging

Type of: displace, egest, eliminate, excrete, move, pass

Encyclopedia: Disgorge