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upchuck

(ˈəptʃək)
1. tv. & in. to vomit (something). Willy upchucked his whole dinner.
2. n. vomit. Is that upchuck on your shoe?
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In 1984, Upchuck moved to New York City (he appears in Desperately Seeking Susan), but after being diagnosed with AIDS in the late '80s he returned to Seattle.
A: Well, what happens is that it - also what it triggers is a migraine syndrome, which gives me a headache and in turn makes me nauseous and more headache stress, and I upchuck.
Perhaps on an evening when he had a few political matters -- as well as upchuck stories -- on his agile brain.
Gibson's lame remarks about gays--and more recently about Jews--are so over-the-top repugnant that most rational people can't help but want to upchuck.
I even spent an eternity one afternoon in the back seat of an F-4G, twisting, jinking, and screaming though airspace, a scant 500 ft above the Tonopah, NV, training range, while my crazy jet jockey in the front seat did his best to make me upchuck my breakfast.
I could list no-hopers capped while Thomas has languished, but I'd upchuck.
Only bright spots were Marques Anderson recovering two fumbles, one of which he forced, and Ricky Manning forcing Ken Simonton's upchuck at the goal line.
They read the first scene between Hedda and Thea aloud three different ways (parlor drama, Freudian upchuck, What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?
Hawk tries to win a male striptease contest (the requisite upchuck sequence is incorporated here), hulking Trip figures he'll just beat up some little kid and steal his ticket, etc.
A vanity project in which everyone looks bad, this wannabe sociopolitical-musical provocation comes off instead as hipster upchuck.
Even the inevitable upchuck is attractively candy-colored.