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disgorge
used in Me Before You

3 uses
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Definition
eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth

or:

to spew, pour out, or discharge

or:

to be legally compelled to return or make restitution
  • Below us a coach stopped to disgorge another load of visitors outside the castle gates.
    p. 218.5
  • At first, a tentative trickle, stepping off trains or out of cars in brightly colored waterproof coats, clutching their guidebooks and National Trust membership; then, as the air warmed and the season crept forward, disgorged alongside the belch and hiss of their coaches, clogging up the high street, Americans, Japanese, and packs of foreign schoolchildren dotted the perimeter of the castle.
    p. 155.3
  • Exactly ten days later, Will's father disgorged us from the car at Gatwick Airport, Nathan wrestling our luggage onto a trolley, and me checking and checking again that Will was comfortable—until even he became irritated.
    p. 341.0

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