verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
Origin of vomit
Related formsvom·it·er, nounvom·i·tive, adjectivevom·i·tous·ly, adverbun·vom·it·ed, adjective
Examples from the Web for vomit
On the 29th she went into the warm Bath, and took a Vomit immediately on coming out.
This they do also when a Tempest is coming; and after the Tempest, they Vomit them up.Curious Creatures in Zoology|John Ashton
It intoxicates the Brain, and makes one giddy, without any other operation either by Stool or Vomit.
The final item in the account was for April 22, 1750, for “a Vomit.”The Cultural History of Marlborough, Virginia|C. Malcolm Watkins
Vomit—a settled word, and one of the foremost, of the reversed, unnatural vital function.