verb (used with or without object), e·ruc·tat·ed, e·ruc·tat·ing.
Origin of eructate
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Related Words for eructatingemit, gush, ventilate, repeat, disgorge, erupt, vomit, discharge, eruct, hiccup, irrupt, vent, eject, expel, spew, hurl, explode, burp, belch, eructate
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Historical Examples of eructating
This condition is relieved by eructating, by liquor, and by drinking hot water.
Their dinner finished, they rose, stretching and eructating in true Rabelaisian fashion.Paradise Garden