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Definitioneject the contents of the stomach through the mouth
to spew, pour out, or discharge
to be legally compelled to return or make restitution
- The snake disgorged the rat.
- The cruise ship disgorged thousands of passengers onto the dock.
- Hope to compel them to disgorge their ill-gotten gains.
- ...at a month old, when his eyes had been open for but a week, he was beginning himself to eat meat—meat half-digested by the she-wolf and disgorged for the five growing cubs...Jack London -- White Fang
- Alleys and archways, like so many cesspools, disgorged their offences of smell, and dirt, and life, upon the straggling streets; and the whole quarter reeked with crime, with filth, and misery.Charles Dickens -- A Christmas Carol
- Bourne stared in shock, his eyes bulging, his mouth gaped, frozen in place, unable to disgorge the cry that was in him.Robert Ludlum -- The Bourne Ultimatum
- Tea Cake took it and filled his mouth then gagged horribly, disgorged that which was in his mouth and threw the glass upon the floor.Zora Neale Hurston -- Their Eyes Were Watching God
- An air car descends near us and disgorges more Officials.Ally Condie -- Matched
- 'Then,' said Traddles, 'you must prepare to disgorge all that your rapacity has become possessed of, and to make restoration to the last farthing.Charles Dickens -- David Copperfield
- Also, a dragon can disgorge their Eldunari while they are still alive.Christopher Paolini -- Brisingr
- But by my faith if you had not come up I'd have made him disgorge his winnings, and he'd have learned what the range of the steel-yard was."Miguel de Cervantes -- Don Quixote
- We must oppose the waste and deformity of the world, its crowds eddying round and round disgorged and trampling.Virginia Woolf -- The Waves
- Returning to her own room, Kitty had thrown the purse into a corner, where it lay open, disgorging three or four gold pieces on the carpet.Alexandre Dumas -- The Three Musketeers
- Lake freighters disgorged pale wooden crates emblazoned with phrases in strange alphabets.Erik Larson -- The Devil in the White City
- The elevators moved more slowly now and disgorged fewer beings.Suzanne Collins -- Mockingjay
- Below us a coach stopped to disgorge another load of visitors outside the castle gates.Jojo Moyes -- Me Before You
- With his magic, he caused her to disgorge them: they came out alive and whole.Joseph Campbell -- The Hero With a Thousand Faces
- Lots of rich girls are so rich they are just above paying bills and you have to pinch them to make them disgorge.Robert Penn Warren -- All the King's Men
- You'd think with all the money they've got they'd disgorge a little, so we wouldn't have to bump like farmers on a hay cart!Ayn Rand -- Atlas Shrugged
- But there was nothing to be ready for; the taxi drove away without disgorging anyone.Robert Ludlum -- The Bourne Supremacy