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spew one's guts (out)

 
1. Sl. to empty one's stomach; to vomit. Fred is spewing his guts out because of that lousy fish you served. He's spewing his guts because he has the flu.
2. Sl. to tell everything that one knows; to confess everything. (Underworld.) Lefty was sitting there in the police station spewing his guts out about the bank job. If he really is spewing his guts, the mob will cancel his Christmas.
See also: gut, spew

spew something out

to have something gush forth. The faucet spewed a little yellowish water out and stopped altogether. The faucet spewed out some yellowish water.
See also: out, spew

spew something up

to gush something upward. The geyser spewed hot water and steam up every hour on the hour. The fountain spewed up a thin stream of cool, clear water.
See also: spew, up

spew up

v.
1. To eject some contents of the stomach by vomiting: She spewed up the spoiled chicken. The sick child spewed his lunch up.
2. To vomit: I spewed up in the car after the turbulent plane ride.
See also: spew, up

spew

in. to empty one’s stomach; to vomit. After dinner, I suddenly had the urge to spew.

spew one’s guts (out)

1. tv. to empty one’s stomach; to vomit. Fred is spewing his guts out because of that lousy fish you served.
2. tv. to tell everything that one knows; to confess everything. (Underworld.) Lefty was sitting there in the cop-shop spewing his guts out about the bank job.
See also: gut, out, spew

spew one’s guts

verb
See also: gut, spew
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The league table doesn't lie, say the spewers of bland cliches.
But there's only one thing I want to learn from the name-callers and spewers of toxic bile: When do they plan to go away?
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Imagine your father, your son, your brother being the butt of that and knowing that some, at least, of those responsible do not intend to be funny or ironic or sarcastic, but do mean to be bigoted spewers of hatred.
BARNET & JOHN CAVANAGH, GLOBAL DREAMS: IMPERIAL CORPORATIONS AND THE NEW WORLD ORDER 352 (1994) (reporting that Public Citizen, an NGO organized by Ralph Nader, found that "of the 111 members of three key trade-advisory committees, 108 represented corporations or industry trade associations, and noted that among the corporate members were twenty-four of the fifty largest spewers of toxic pollutants in the United States").
It is doubtful that any of these spewers (the phone callers are often more egregiously detracting than the hosts) have heard or would give a damn if they have heard these words from the Catechism of the Catholic Church:
You are the plungers of tongues, public as fountains, the human spewers of fortune, full of the right to act, strong and angry enough, your hair outrageously done, your minds clear as rain, sharp as nipples, taut as the finest hairs just discovered on each others' bodies, bodies that need above an to be touched O yes, O yes, or else undone; need to be verified, magnified, holy god what part of the inscrutable plan is this, what generosity of feeling, floated upon, penetrated?