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  • v. Present participle of eructate.

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Examples

  • August 3, 2009 at 6:09 am waits for lcb to stop eructating da alfamabets.

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  • If the Projectile itself were floating in it, as was possible, would not such a good conductor of sound convey to their ears the reflexion of some lunar echo, the roar of some storm raging among the mountains, the rattling of some plunging avalanche, or the detonations of some eructating volcano?

    All Around the Moon

  • The word of truth was continually on her lips, and opening her mouth of wisdom, she spake of the best things, which she had heard in sermons; eructating from her heart good words, and the law of clemency was heard on her tongue.

    The Saint's Tragedy

  • "NO other country is quite so concerned about the impact of cows eructating (burping), and so it is appropriate that this work has been done here.

    ScreenTalk

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