1 She shrank back, clapping her hand to her mouth feeling that she was going to vomit.
2 Things are going to get so bad under the benign rule of our good friend Rufus Bullock that Georgia is going to vomit him up.
3 At last his spout grew thick, and with a frightful roll and vomit, he turned upon his back a corpse.
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4 And once, alter such an operation, Scarlett found her in the linen closet vomiting quietly into a towel.
5 Again, many causes may hinder a poisoned draught from proving mortal; as when the murderers of Commodus, on his vomiting the poison given him, had to strangle him.
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6 No sooner had the lump gone down than her empty outraged stomach revolted and she lay in the soft dirt and vomited tiredly.
7 Not only had she vomited before a man--in itself as horrible a contretemps as could overtake a woman--but by doing so, the humiliating fact of her pregnancy must now be evident.
8 As she vomited it up, it was like the water in a cauldron when it is boiling over upon a great fire, and the spray reached the top of the rocks on either side.
9 At the washstand a convulsion seized him within; and, clasping his cold forehead wildly, he vomited profusely in agony.
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10 The cannon vomited forth its package of buck-shot with a roar.
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11 He vomits forth the crimson life-blood, and throws up wine mixed with blood in the death agony.