verb (used with object), dis·gorged, dis·gorg·ing.
verb (used without object), dis·gorged, dis·gorg·ing.
Origin of disgorge
Examples from the Web for disgorge
It was forced to disgorge profits and pay a fine to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.JP Morgan Chase’s Long List of Expensive Legal Settlements Grows Even Longer|Nina Strochlic, William O’Connor|September 20, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Any country that gives him refuge must be made to disgorge him, or else pay the severest price in sanctions.
The trustee wants JPMorgan Chase to disgorge $1 billion in profits and fees and another $5.4 billion in damages.JPMorgan and Madoff: Will the Scandal Sink Jamie Dimon?|Allan Dodds Frank|February 3, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Dhunneea, the eldest of the two sisters, was made to disgorge two lacs of rupees.A Journey through the Kingdom of Oude, Volumes I & II|William Sleeman
Mr Saltzburg gave a spirited and lifelike representation of a manager laughing ha-ha when begged to disgorge a libretto.The Little Warrior|P. G. Wodehouse
The men are wealthy, and I have no doubt that I can force them to disgorge.'VC -- A Chronicle of Castle Barfield and of the Crimea|David Christie Murray
The water rose to the height of several feet on the plain of the great valley, before it could disgorge itself into the Rhone.A Residence in France|J. Fenimore Cooper
The drowned man must first of all be made to disgorge the water that he had swallowed.Shadows of Flames|Amelie Rives