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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Those visions give way to ones of interplanetary war: impossibly enormous weapon-craft hover just above ground, disgorging troops from their maws while the opposing land armies advance like warrior ants.
The cars pull up to a sprawling Victorian house on Santa Monica's Main Street, disgorging young people who sidle up to tables of assistants, checking for their names against lengthy lists.
Plans are on to construct six bonded warehouses at the site, alongside a filling store, disgorging unit as well as external cask storage.
LOOKING at some of the readers' letters, the "human experience" of seeing people disgorging their stomach contents on film being shown as art at the Tate must have felt like the final insult to their intelligence when many of them were already dubious about the artistic values of other so-called art exhibits.
I WAS ruminating on educational standards whilst in a traffic jam last week, when I discovered the cause of the jam was schools disgorging pupils at 3pm.
Meanwhile, farmers of Salayanghat in Dhading district also protested against the Maoist strike by disgorging vegetables on the road.
Judging by the numbers of twocar families disgorging their offspring at the school gates, it suggests that hardship in any shape or form would be a rarity in this day and age.
It also shoots VGA and will grab about 60 minutes of video before disgorging them via a USB connector.
The ducks aren't convinced until the egg hatches, disgorging a bundle of dirty, grey feathers.
internet gambling without first disgorging and repatriating misappropriated funds.
The food is barely palatable, the staff surly, every flight is delayed and on landing in Beijing planes often have to wait in a queue before finally disgorging their passengers on the opposite end of the tarmac from their terminal gate.
At this time, A-division's patch was a microcosm of the city's ills, very small but the most concentrated on Merseyside, with 500 pubs and clubs disgorging thousands of punters onto the city's streets in the early hours.
Of course, the island has its share of big hotels and alarmingly huge cruise ships disgorging sunburned tourists onto the sidewalks around Mallory Square.
As long as they can help it, airline passengers are shunning check-on luggage, cramming everything into carry-ons to avoid the aggravation of waiting for the carousel finally to get around to disgorging their suitcases.
Almost every day these facilities are busy disgorging vast sums of funds to finance misbegotten projects and complete scams in all corners of the earth.