belch out

belch out

to burst, billow, or gush out. Smoke belched out of the chimney.
See also: belch, out
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Mike will be up against 15 other competitors to win the longest burp, loudest belch, burp talking and freestyle categories, where burpers can belch out a song.
Of that total, nearly 5% run on diesel, including trucks and buses, which belch out daily a suffocating black smoke.
In her best works, factories and cranes appear to belch out whole landscapes of water and mountains and sky, suggesting a kind of wry romanticism in which industry might give birth to a landscape (although not the one you expect) instead of destroying it--a counterintuitive irony that sidesteps the usual polemic.
UNDER THREAT: Etna continues to belch out flames and ash as workers try to save shops in the path of the lave flow
Acids formed when pollutants belch out of coal furnaces and smokestacks may have changed soil and water chemistry enough to reduce the availability of calcium, which is critical for eggshells.
By comparison, construction and demolition creates 44 tons, diesel trucks belch out about 19 tons, and farming kicks up around 16 tons of fine particulates daily.
Perlman also uses the open shutter to convert repeated and spinning movements of flashlights and glow sticks into almost volumetric forms and to give a conspicuous fog machine time to belch out a haze to be set aglow by ambient city light.