Definitions

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  • adj. Resembling vomit in colour, texture, etc.
  • adj. Inclined to vomit; sick.

Etymologies

vomit +‎ -y (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • That was vomity-cute, which of course means I loved it.

    5 Years « Oh. Claire

  • “Rob, I have something to tell you,” I said, trying to ignore the vomity feeling in my stomach.

    Pucker Up

  • Bacony Bacon + Chocolatey Chocolate – leafy leaves = vomity vomit

    Regretsy – From Our Kitchen to Yours

  • I hated to admit it, but Bambi and her posse were actually good dancers, despite their vomity personalities.

    Fashionistas

  • I viddied this sloppy glass of beer I had on the table in front of me and felt like all vomity within, so I went "Aaaaah" and poured all the frothy vonny cal all over the floor.

    Where's the show?

  • More likely, it's a prescription for vomity floorboards.

    Mark Blankenship: Heineken Is Just Our Friend (VIDEO)

  • I couldn't possibly bring myself to eat any of that vomity poo.

    Wrecktopia of Cornucopias

  • Now, to be fair, I first put this money away in early 2001, so for the first few years, five bucks and a vomity smell was a pretty good return on investment.

    Forget Net Stocks

  • I missed a couple of the bigger acts because The Human League gave offensive_mango a vomity migraine, which was a bit of a shame.

    August 25th, 2004

  • Charlotte tried to keep her mind off everything that had happened that day, otherwise she might vomit up the very delicious burger, and then she would be scared and hungry and vomity.

    The Shadow Thieves

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