Definition of Regurgitates

1. Verb. (third-person singular of regurgitate) ¹



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Definition of Regurgitates

1. regurgitate [v] - See also: regurgitate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Regurgitates

regulome
regulon
regulons
regulos
regulus
reguluses
regur
regur soil
regurgitalith
regurgitaliths
regurgitant
regurgitant fraction
regurgitant murmur
regurgitate
regurgitated
regurgitates (current term)
regurgitating
regurgitation
regurgitation jaundice
regurgitations
regurgitator
regurgitators
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reh
rehab
rehabbed
rehabber
rehabbers
rehabbing
rehabilitant

Literary usage of Regurgitates

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1. Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal (1851)
"The blood which enters the artery below the section in a retrograde direction, regurgitates from the capillaries and veins to which the branches lead by ..."

2. The Concordance Repertory of the More Characteristic Symptoms of the Materia by William Daniel Gentry (1890)
"D. frequently regurgitates through nose. Merc-cor. Feeling in throat as if too tight on swallowing; food and d. regurgitates through uose. Lye. ..."

3. The Concordance Repertory of the More Characteristic Symptoms of the Materia by William D. Gentry (1890)
"D. frequently regurgitates through nose. Merc-cor. Feeling in throat as if too tight on swallowing; food and d. regurgitates through nose. Lye. ..."

4. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1871)
"... for the cavity is required not only to contain the normal quantity of blood, but also that which regurgitates through the valve ; in other words, ..."

5. Journal of the New York Entomological Society by New York Entomological Society (1908)
"... till the ant stops abruptly, protrudes her tongue and regurgitates a drop of food on its face. Then the beetle protrudes its head, opens its mouth, ..."

6. A Text-book of Pathology by William George MacCallum (1916)
"If it will not receive more than the usual 10, 4 remains stagnant in the auricle, 6 is thrown into the aorta, and 4 more regurgitates. ..."

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