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to send forth (confined matter) violently

Synonyms for spew

expel or eject (saliva or phlegm or sputum) from the mouth

eject or send out in large quantities, also metaphorical

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They allowed the fire hydrant to spew out more and more water until it spewed out mud.
Rivera added that no booming or rumbling sounds were heard from Lignon Hill when the volcano spewed lava.
Mount Sinabung in Indonesia has erupted again, recording its biggest-ever eruption with ash and smoke being spewed 10km into the air.
The plume was the highest from the volcano's Showa vent since it became active again in June 2006, when the agency began taking records for the vent, and is equal to the plume that spewed from the Minamidake vent in October 2000.
A New Zealand volcano, which had lain dormant for more than a century, has spewed rocks and ash over the centre of the country's North Island.
Rescuers found Monday the body of a man who went missing after hot water spewed from underground through a hole at a geothermal power plant in northeastern Japan the previous day.
Man found dead after hot water spewed at geothermal power plant
A VOLCANO in western Indonesia spewed hot lava and sand high into the sky in its first eruption in 400 years.
The volcano spewed smoke and ash 1,500 metres into the air, forcing the evacuation of thousands of people from the Karo district in North Sumatra on Sunday.
However, the eruptions within the second phase occurring on April 12 were much more violent and spewed out a much different type of lava.
Talking to journalists, DCO Ziarat Siddiqui Mandokhel said that that he had personally surveyed the site of occurrence, and said that remittance of chemical gases had begun last night, after which it spewed out a molten lava, the size of a meter.
Smashed, Squashed, Splattered, Chewed, Chunked, and Spewed
Walter Galcik, a Montauk resident who inspected the object, says it might be ambergris--a substance created in the intestines of sperm whales and spewed into the ocean.
What a delight to read such a well-thought-out statement after reading all the vitriolic rhetoric spewed out at the Religious Right's "Values Voter Summit.
Last April, plumes of ash and smoke spewed from the 5,672 meter (18,609 foot)-tall Ubinas volcano in southern Peru.