- n. Someone who vomits.
- n. a person who vomits
- vomit + -er (Wiktionary)
“By Medway, January 28, 2010 @ 2: 19 pm he is what I like to call … A word vomiter, going Regan MacNeil on whatever.”
“JB, sometimes you feel the love here .. sometimes you are called a word vomiter .. you gotta take the good with the bad ..”
“The word literally means the "vomiter," and the pelican is so called from its vomiting the shells and other things which it has voraciously swallowed.”
“(kaath, i.e., "vomiter") of this bird is incorrectly rendered”
“As well as being a handsome fellow chiseled from the same fine stock as myself, this fellow glutton and vomiter-upon-the-backs-of-the-people is - like Congress - merely a (albeit rotund and disgusting) puppet who embraces only those ideals his corporate masters instruct him to embrace.”
“I wonder am I hosting a tiny future vomiter in my womb?”
“Unless, of course, you were saying Birmingham was a vomiter - yeah, sure …”
“Ms Spelman is consoling the vomiter and apologising for maybe, she thinks, having invented the parka.”
“I also loved that the Source was attached to the Newseum, a great location to bring an aspiring word-vomiter such as myself.”
“She's a vomiter, so we choose not to go the feeding tube way.”
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