Definition of vomit
Origin of vomit
OTHER WORDS FROM vomitvom·it·er, nounvom·i·tive, adjectivevom·i·tous·ly, adverbun·vom·it·ed, adjective
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How to use vomit in a sentence
Then again, that would also be fitting, what with the Doom Patrol’s newest adventure featuring, for good gross-out measure, more than one instance of colorful vomit.‘Doom Patrol’ Is the Craziest DC Superhero Adventure Yet|Nick Schager|September 23, 2021|The Daily Beast
He would treat private planes like they were the tour bus in “Almost Famous,” returning them caked in vomit, their crews untipped.The details of WeWork’s unraveling are stranger than fiction|Allison Stewart|July 22, 2021|Washington Post
We call it “bread with vomit,” so you can imagine what it looks like and even worse how it tastes.
Just spray its enzymatic bacteria ingredients onto the troubled area, where they will be activated, and then eliminate leftover organic matter from urine, vomit, or other unwanted residues.
Cohen sold buzzers, whoopee cushions, fake vomit, Halloween costumes, masks and souvenirs.Al Cohen, D.C. magic shop proprietor who knew all the tricks, dies at 94|Matt Schudel|December 18, 2020|Washington Post
Vomit—a settled word, and one of the foremost, of the reversed, unnatural vital function.
When called to patients in the stage of Black Vomit, whether that came on as an early symptom, or at a later stage, Nit.An Epitome of Homeopathic Healing Art|B. L. Hill
This they do also when a Tempest is coming; and after the Tempest, they Vomit them up.Curious Creatures in Zoology|John Ashton
The final item in the account was for April 22, 1750, for “a Vomit.”The Cultural History of Marlborough, Virginia|C. Malcolm Watkins
It intoxicates the Brain, and makes one giddy, without any other operation either by Stool or Vomit.