the urge to purge

the urge to purge

n. the need to throw up. Pete felt the urge to purge and ran for the john.
See also: purge, urge
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Pink Twins have the urge to purge, paint and push some furniture around.
The urge to purge is the fallout from a frenzied period of condo construction in Jersey City -- a stone's throw from Wall Street -- where about 5,000 new units came on the market at premium prices, sources estimate.
Sullivan's rise signals the welcome emergence of a new, more diverse gay politics, but it also shows how far the urge to purge has come in our community.
The urge to purge the other fellow's thoughts is rampant these days.