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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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The 18th century disgorged some of the most fascinating and enduring of early 'travel' books, from Defoe's Robinson Crusoe (which is really about economic individualism) to Swift's Gulliver's Travels (social and political satire).
THIS series disgorged two excellent PC titles and a duffer.
As the ship disgorged its passengers and cardboard-boxed cargo, the protests were taken over by the sinister black buses of the 20-odd Japanese far-right groups who had traveled from far and wide to pump crude anti-Korean rhetoric over the giant loudspeakers mounted on their vehicles.
Mount Fuji, Japan's most famous peak, disgorged white steam from several locations on one of its slopes today for the first time in decades, but the Meteorological Agency said the release did not signal a likely eruption.
The Prestige disgorged millions of gallons of oil when it broke up and sank in November, polluting Spanish and French coasts and shutting down fisheries.
Not content with the anti-American propaganda he had disgorged during the Vietnam War, Arnett narrated a 1998 CNN "investigation," entitled "The Valley of Death," that claimed U.
But the downright coolest bit came when the fixture disgorged a giant egg, which peeled away to reveal a sphere, inside which was a 25-foot-tall plastic bubble-within-a-plastic-bubble.
1978: The oil-tanker Amoco Cadiz ran aground on the coast of Brittany, broke in half and disgorged 220,000 tons of crude oil.
They've decided that the easiest way to chart the "success" of school reform is to follow the numbers disgorged by testing.
Rarely have so many experts disgorged so much nonsense into print and over the airwaves.
Passengers are disgorged in the centre of the satellite and board their planes from gates stationed on both sides of each satellite arm.
It took nearly a year to do the calculations, but when the computer finally disgorged the numbers, physicists had for the first time extracted from theory predictions of the ratios of the masses of eight subatomic particles.
Others equate the outdoors with adventure - being surrounded by a wolf pack in the silent arctic night or disgorged breathless from a cataract.
Their bonus compensation was transferred under a condition of fraud and should be disgorged.
The treatments that lost the greatest volume of wine from gushing at disgorgement, before dosage addition, were bottles disgorged at an ambient temperature of 16[degrees] C under LED lighting followed by UV lighting (Figure 2), respectively.