disgorge

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Synonyms for disgorge

Synonyms for disgorge

to send forth (confined matter) violently

Synonyms for disgorge

cause or allow (a solid substance) to flow or run out or over

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While these things were being said and done, and long before they were concluded, the omnibus had disgorged Miss La Creevy and her escort, and they had arrived at her own door.
The whole city, high and low, the quays bordering the Patapsco, the ships lying in the basins, disgorged a crowd drunk with joy, gin, and whisky.
Almost as he spoke a special train with one carriage took the curve of the line on their left, and, stopping, disgorged another group of policemen, in whose midst was the hangdog visage of Magnus, the absconded servant.
Each day the train disgorged passengers for the Geysers, and Billy, as if accustomed to it all his life, took the reins of six horses and drove a full load over the mountains in stage time.
there stood a strong man, with a mighty hamper, which, being hauled into the room and presently unpacked, disgorged such treasures as tea, and coffee, and wine, and rusks, and oranges, and grapes, and fowls ready trussed for boiling, and calves'-foot jelly, and arrow-root, and sago, and other delicate restoratives, that the small servant, who had never thought it possible that such things could be, except in shops, stood rooted to the spot in her one shoe, with her mouth and eyes watering in unison, and her power of speech quite gone.
Perhaps the amount disgorged could be tied to paying back consumers for monetizing their private information and content without asking them permission or compensating them.
On that day, I sat on my father's knee as he told me that never again would there be war and the scenes we were witnessing - as concentration camps disgorged and emaciated prisoners of war came home - would be banished to memory.
Supplied by a transfer from a Treasury account for disgorged profits and penalties, the fund will also finance the SEC Inspector General's suggestion program, which lets SEC employees recommend agency improvements and report alleged misconduct
After discovering an ancient key in her room, and catching a stone disgorged by a friendly toad, Hannah is joined by three children from the village.
Can there be anything worse than preparing a wonderful meal for your husband then finding that he's disgorged every morsel down the toilet?
Now, I'm no expert but cannot see how they can separate broken glass from pulped paper after the wagon has disgorged its load at the depot.
Two of the helicopters landed and disgorged enough supplies to get the lower camp up and running, then joined the third, loads slung underneath in cargo nets, and began a slow, circling climb to the next camp--nearly three miles high.
A football-shaped cooler disgorged ropes (for jumping), clothes (donned), and towels (with which Meier directed the dancers to make a beautiful mosaic).
The former imagines a postgravity sky littered with drifting tract homes and disgorged possessions, while the latter subjects items in his apartment to the same unusual circumstance.
I would have thought that funds and/or assets that are covered by a freeze order must be disgorged because they were transferred in violation of the order, regardless of whether the recipient was aware of the order," Karson said.