- adj. US Characteristic of, or causing one to vomit.
“i suppose. final thought: i don't like people with blonde hair. "vomitous" as some would say.”
“Perez Hilton took Fif to task, calling his comments "vomitous").”
“You don't know what falsehoods have flourished, who was in control, or who had dragged who through the vomitous mire that had once been a life.”
“(Upon second viewing, all of this foreshadowing is vomitous.)”
“Tonight, she is wearing some vomitous Versace dress that appears to be made out of red Band-Aids.”
“We wish Greene all the best as he attempts to correct such vomitous reporting.”
“It's conceivable, you miserable, vomitous mass, that I'm only lying here because I lack the strength to stand.”
“Would the jaundiced Mickey be more festive or the vomitous Mickey?”
“Can you talk a bit about your vomitous arty term alert creative process?”
“Observers say, however, that no development contributed more dramatically to the death of the language than the sudden and startling ubiquity of the vomitous verbal construction "reach out to" as a synonym for "call on the phone," or "attempt to contact.”
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