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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of eructate.
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A fat slug called Watson, a very minor member of the present Payola Government, eructated on SKY that the citizens of Haltemprice and Howden will not be best pleased to be put to the expense of a bye-election.
His weeping with them over the dead, she eructated the memory of the abundance of the Lord's sweetness, affectu et effectu (in feeling and expression?).
I’m very ok with “thus spake blipey”, or “thus eructated guthrie”.