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retch up

v.
To eject some contents of the stomach by vomiting: I retched up my dinner. The baby retched the mashed carrots up.
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At these schools, Blum says, students were introduced to a "torture device called the 'water board': the subject strapped to an inclined board, head downward, a towel placed over his face, and cold water poured over the towel; he would choke, gag, retch, and gurgle as he experienced the sensation of drowning.
9 Girls Will Be Girls Drag divas Evie Harris (Jack Plotnick), Varla Jean Merman (Jeffrey Roberson), and Miss Coco Peru (Clinton Leupp) make you laugh till you retch.
I'm going to retch the,next tin I hear that, I really am.
I explained to Retch that Finleyhad never been fishing.
Heart disease is a very common cause and typically manifests as your dog giving a couple of splutters, especially after getting up, then a cough or two, then a hack, then a retch to finish.
PS48million - as Kate is reputedly worth - and not make people retch, I wouldn't rule out having a go myself.
Revoker @ Central Station & Yales, Wrexham (Friday) 100* WHEN we were teenagers heavy metal was all about big hair, tight trousers, bandanas and trying desperately to pretend the taste of Jack Daniel's didn't make us want to retch.
Just thinking about Chris Moyles banking the reported pounds 630,000 a year for his Radio One breakfast show makes me retch.
The polecat will, if fearfulproduce a powerful stink from its anal glands that will make all but the senseless retch.
She said: "The injustice of him winning pounds 7m makes me want to retch.
You hear these speeches and you want to retch," says Colman McCarthy, a writer and activist who has spent his life encouraging people to volunteer to help the poor.
Already five points to the good, Everton canst retch that to an intimidating eight against a Villa team whose inconsistency has wrecked their chances of European cash.