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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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When you're not in danger of upchucking at his grossness yourself, you'll be marveling at his brilliant and provocative take on where civilization just may be heading." CAROLE GOLDBERG
So, bearing in mind the spooky resemblance, migraines and upchucking aside, what are the differences between Reeve's Superman and his?
But despite the late '90s being rife with rumours of his death, a colossal Class A drug habit, riotous boozing and upchucking on audiences, the chaps seem keen to play it down, making no secret of their boredom when quizzed about it.
Hale dons a ceremonial stole before ministering to a little girl who's possibly possessed by Satan, some audience members may half expect the child to start upchucking green-pea soup.
Bush upchucking in Japan--but in a few thousand repetitions a new character was launched--the "red-faced ranter," accompanied now by somber doubts that he could be "presidential."
The same nasty weather that keeps planes grounded can make boat hunting an upchucking experience!