Definition of Spewed

1. Verb. (past of spew) ¹



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Definition of Spewed

1. spew [v] - See also: spew

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spewed

spetchel
spetchell
spetchells
spetchels
spetches
spets
spetsnaz
spetting
spettle
spetum
spetznaz
speustic
spew out
spew up
spewed (current term)
spewer
spewers
spewier
spewiest
spewiness
spewing
spews
spewy
sphacel
sphacelate
sphacelated
sphacelates
sphacelating
sphacelation

Literary usage of Spewed

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1. The Apocalypse Revealed: Wherein are Disclosed the Arcana There Foretold by Emanuel Swedenborg, Tilly Brown Hayward, John Worcester (1876)
"It is said of these that they are spewed out, because the World of Spirits, ... Yet the things that are spewed out of the stomach, are those which have not ..."

2. Publications by Folklore Society (Great Britain) (1897)
"The third one answered and said: "'Tis not so; the serpent was not at fault, for in its straits it let go and spewed the poison. ..."

3. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1840)
"Their heads were red and variegated, their whole body was covered with hair, they were upwards of an inch in length, and when they were spewed upon the ..."

4. Rome in Ireland by Michael John Fitzgerald McCarthy (1904)
"He was spewed by landlord and spewed by the tenants, because he was neither hot nor cold. (See Note at end of Chapter.) A discussion follows between the ..."

5. Rome in Ireland by Michael John Fitzgerald McCarthy (1904)
"He was spewed by landlord and spewed by the tenants, because he was neither hot nor cold. (Sec Note at end of Chapter.) A discussion follows between the ..."

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