Definition of Spewing

1. Verb. (present participle of spew) ¹



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Definition of Spewing

1. spew [v] - See also: spew

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spewing

spetsnaz
spetting
spettle
spetum
spetznaz
speustic
spew out
spew up
spewed
spewer
spewers
spewier
spewiest
spewiness
spewing (current term)
spews
spewy
sphacel
sphacelate
sphacelated
sphacelates
sphacelating
sphacelation
sphacelations
sphaceli
sphacelism
sphaceloderma
sphacelous
sphacelus

Literary usage of Spewing

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1. Modern American Tanning: A Practical Treatise on the Manufacture of Leather (1910)
"spewing OF LEATHER. One of the most frequent defects to which mill stuffed leather is ... Again, spewing may be caused by the use of adulterated oils, ..."

2. Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal (1857)
"this was part of a track which was used both ways by a large traffic, yet during the five months it was under my notice there was no "spewing out" of the ..."

3. The Autobiography and Correspondence of Edward Gibbon, the Historian by Edward Gibbon (1869)
"I had not the least symptom sea-sickness, while my companions were spewing round me. Lai rence has read the pamphlet,* and thinks it has done much mischi A ..."

4. Publications of the Scottish History Society by Scottish History Society (1904)
"I am aware of the objections from Mice, and frosts spewing out. ... As for the spewing out, I think we may by a little pains Extraordinary do a good deal ..."

5. Letters of John Cockburn of Ormistoun to His Gardener, 1727-1744 by John Cockburn, James Colville (1904)
"I am aware of the objections from Mice, and frosts spewing out. ... As for the spewing out, I think we may by a little pains Extraordinary do a good deal ..."

6. The Apocalypse Revealed: Wherein are Disclosed the Arcana There Foretold by Emanuel Swedenborg, Tilly Brown Hayward, John Worcester (1876)
"Make Moab drunk, that he may clap the hands in his spewing Qer. xlviii. 26). All tables are full of the spewing of emptying; what one shall He teach ..."

7. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and General (1890)
"... thy selfe assuredly under the level of the spring or spewing water, and thea carry up thy trench into thy bogg straight through the middle of it, ..."

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