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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Hang two or three, and that would make the rest disgorge.
There would his body he preserved in its icy sepulcher for countless ages, until on some far distant day the slow-moving river of ice had wound its snail-like way down to the warmer level, there to disgorge its grisly evidence of grim tragedy, and what in that far future age, might mean baffling mystery.
24) Cronos swallowed each of his children the moment that they were born, but ultimately was forced to disgorge them.
Some hawks and owls bolt their prey whole, and after an interval of from twelve to twenty hours, disgorge pellets, which, as I know from experiments made in the Zoological Gardens, include seeds capable of germination.
Then, sitting on a pitch pine bough, they attempt to swallow in their haste a kernel which is too big for their throats and chokes them; and after great labor they disgorge it, and spend an hour in the endeavor to crack it by repeated blows with their bills.
If only some hand," he remarked, "could plant dynamite below that streak of white, so that the sea could disgorge its dead
At the start of each episode a 14ft trailer takes centre stage in the Flockstars arena and disgorges the sheep that the celebrities will tackle with their dogs.
In Sozopol, damages are mainly on the infrastructure, but beaches are also affected, with one of them risking to become repulsive for tourists as a tidal waters which could not flow into the pumping-shafts formed a river producing a strong and unpleasant smell which runs on the sand and disgorges itself into the sea.
Today's resolution achieves restitution for the victims harmed by Wachovia's anticompetitive conduct and ensures that Wachovia disgorges its ill-gotten gains and pays penalties for its illegal conduct.