vomited, past participle; vomits, 3rd person singular present; vomiting, present participle; vomited, past tense;
Eject matter from the stomach through the mouth
the sickly stench made him want to vomit
she used to vomit up her food
Emit (something) in an uncontrolled stream or flow
the machine vomited fold after fold of paper
vomit: the reflex act of ejecting the contents of the stomach through the mouth
(vomit) the matter ejected in vomiting
(vomit) emetic: a medicine that induces nausea and vomiting
The action of the verb vomit
(vomit) The regurgitated former contents of a stomach; The act of regurgitating; To regurgitate the contents of a stomach
(Vomit) (vah mit) n. An anticipated shitting of the bed; i.e., "Uh oh, here comes the tenor vomit." also hurl
(Vomit) A particularly bad Signature rating
(Vomit) Puke, hurl, gag, chunder
(Vomit) Purging or ridding of food, stomach bile or liquids consumed orally. This is a common pregnancy symptom. Talk to your doctor if your symptoms are severe and you are at risk of dehydration or weight loss. It is very important to keep hydrated if vomiting is common during your pregnancy.
(Vomit) To dream of vomiting, is a sign that you will be afflicted with a malady which will threaten invalidism, or you will be connected with a racy scandal. To see others vomiting, denotes that you will be made aware of the false pretenses of persons who are trying to engage your aid. ...
(Vomit) Vomiting is when you bring up the contents of your stomach through your mouth.