Here all the base materialism purged by the Islamists could upchuck ebulliently like a Disneyland-lit confetti-bomb blitz.
One pound less and I'm afraid I'll upchuck that lovely lunch I just ate.
"to vomit," by 1960, American English slang, from up + chuck (v.) "to throw."
To vomit; throw up; barf, ralph: It is enough to make one upchuck
[1925+; fr up plus chuck, ''throw'']