eruct


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Synonyms for eruct

to send forth (confined matter) violently

Synonyms for eruct

eject or send out in large quantities, also metaphorical

expel gas from the stomach

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The solid earth Seemed from its quaking entrails to eruct The gathered lava of a thousand years Like an imposthume bursting up from hell!
That is the reason why the water of izadunge is described as having made the barbet eruct when the doves tried to give it to drink.
Probably not so long as citations like the following continue to eruct. Test your PC (personal capacity) by finding the soft spots in 1 ) the lead of a book review printed in a journal of Wall Street, and 2) the close of a Reuters dispatch:
The solid earth Seemed from its quaking entrails to eruct The gathered lava of a thousand years, Like an imposthume bursting up from hell!
Eructed methane is responsible for 2 to 12% of ingested gross energy loss depending on the level of feeding, diet composition and other factors (Johnson & Johnson, 1995), as different breeds (Grobler, Scholtz, van Rooyan, Mpayipheli, & Neser, 2014).