- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of retch.
““She sounded like this!” she yelled before letting out a series of retches and gags, like a calf with its throat slit.”
“Again and again he retches, each spasm lighting a fire on his chest, and each time nothing emerges from his empty gut.”
“First, I threw up my coffee from breakfast, then some green bile, followed by a series of retches so violent there were spots of blood mixed in with the mucus.”
“He did manage to call, though, in between retches.”
““Is this your professional opinion,” said Spandau between retches, “or are you just guessing?””
“A couple more retches followed before her stomach settled and she knew she was finished.”
“Andrew the twit Sullivan retches at the thought of Mrs. Schlosberg being appointed to replace Senator Clinton.”
“We see bits and pieces of the other designers working, but not much because the real action is back at the hotel later on, where Carol Hannah retches into the toilet.”
“She gags and retches, then makes a halfhearted attempt at brushing her teeth.”
“September 8, 2009 at 12:01 am retches up adn remoobs typo ‘f’.”
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