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slang To vomit. Geez, I thought I was going to earp out on that boat—I felt so seasick!
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and urp
1. in. to vomit. She went over by the bushes and earped and earped.
2. n. vomit. God, there’s earp right there on the sidewalk. That’s not urp! That’s tuna salad.

Earp slop, bring the mop

tv. Someone has vomited. (Juvenile.) See what’s in the hall? Earp slop, bring the mop.
See also: bring, Earp, mop
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