call Hughie

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call Hughie

slang To vomit. Geez, I thought I was going to call Hughie out on that boat—I felt so seasick!
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call hughie

and call earl (...ˈhyui and ...ˈɚl)
tv. to vomit. (Onomatopoetic from the sound of retching.) Fred spent an hour in the john calling hughie. He stepped aside and began calling earl, right there on Maple Street!
See also: call, hughie
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Earlier United dominated the Edwardian era lifting the championship of England and theFA Cupwith regularity and were crowned the best side on the country back in the roaring twenties when a little explosive Scot called Hughie Gallacher began the No 9 legend when leading scorer and club captain.
Earlier United dominated the Edwardian era, lifting the title and the FA Cup with regularity and were crowned England's best side back in the roaring 20s, when explosive Scot called Hughie Gallacher began the No 9 legend as leading scorer and club captain.
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