(redirected from disgorging)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.
References in periodicals archive ?
For example, we have discovered that bidules, which are placed under the cap to help capture some of the sediment, and the correct tools make disgorging by hand much easier.
Judging by the numbers of twocar families disgorging their offspring at the school gates, it suggests that hardship in any shape or form would be a rarity in this day and age.
It also shoots VGA and will grab about 60 minutes of video before disgorging them via a USB connector.
The ducks aren't convinced until the egg hatches, disgorging a bundle of dirty, grey feathers.
The food is barely palatable, the staff surly, every flight is delayed and on landing in Beijing planes often have to wait in a queue before finally disgorging their passengers on the opposite end of the tarmac from their terminal gate.
Of course, the island has its share of big hotels and alarmingly huge cruise ships disgorging sunburned tourists onto the sidewalks around Mallory Square.
1% more bauxite ore than it did in 2000, disgorging over 12 million tons in the period under review.
If the unprecedented cultural mix of today's wired universe has rendered history irrelevant to younger generations, Shaw's visual bulimia--more about disgorging than generating--is, ironically, a panegyric to the myriad culture that has already been produced.
Sitting in Toronto's NFB offices, located across the street from MuchMusic, Starr became intrigued by the endless parade of limousines disgorging the latest music stars into the MuchMusic "environment.
The cruise ships dock here, disgorging legions of passengers who then choke the streets looking for leather goods and T-shirts.
As the boys and their fathers, plus two serpentine females (Karine Plantadit-Bageot and Dwana Smallwood), swung through its beams, the house seemed to become an octopus, alternately sucking them in and disgorging them.
Passengers disgorging from the lift are faced with the sight of the bustling kitchen and the oddly dressed waiters.