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disgorge in Water topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdisgorgedis‧gorge /dɪsˈɡɔːdʒ $ -ɔːrdʒ/ verb  1 [transitive] literaryLEAVE A PLACE if a vehicle or building disgorges people, they come out of it in a large group Cars drew up to disgorge a wedding party.2 [transitive]POUR if something disgorges what was inside it, it lets it pour out Chimneys were disgorging smoke into the air.3 [intransitive, transitive]DNTTW if a river disgorges, it flows into the sea The Mississippi disgorges its waters into the Gulf of Mexico.4 [transitive]GIVE formal to give back something that you have taken illegally5 [transitive]MI formalSICK/VOMIT to bring food back up from your stomach through your mouth→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
disgorgeOn Saturday it was disgorging a torrent, trying to stay ahead of the runoff cascading from the oversaturated Sierra.Busloads of Stasis were disgorged into the crowd.By now the cross-country vehicle had disgorged its complement of heavyweight occupants, also dressed in identical blue suits.After another ten minutes, he had seen each one open and disgorge its occupant.As Hyacinth walked, the long line of hotels, great and small, disgorged its residents on to an increasingly crowded pavement.Black limousines disgorged movie stars.Chimneys in the valley were disgorging smoke into the air.The trustee was forced to disgorge the funds.No great torrents of water, no spectacular waterfalls, no deafening roars of waters disgorging their immense might.