Examples from the Web for expectoration
Are there enough devices to handle the ingestion and expectoration?
First, the sickening disgust without which they cannot witness the act of expectoration performed before their faces.
Oratory flowed on an ever rising tide, accompanied by much violent gesticulation and expectoration by way of emphasis.Carmen Ariza|Charles Francis Stocking
The catarrhal symptoms outlast the fever two or three days, but cough and expectoration may not disappear for some time.
At this time the cough was severe, and the expectoration difficult.Zoonomia, Vol. II|Erasmus Darwin
Such a one should immediately apply to a physician for examination of the chest, lungs, and sputum (expectoration).
Word Origin and History for expectoration
1670s, noun of action from expectorate.