from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who or that which spews.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One who spews.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun A person or thing that
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun a person who vomits
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When a Wall Street jargon spewer says "carry" he or she means: "A trade where you borrow and pay interest in order to buy something else that has higher interest.
I fail to see how anyone can be sufficiently appalled by either man to bash out an email to a worldwide media spewer.78 min: After another flowing Spurs move, Adebayor blasts way over.
First, there's the copy generator, the writer of the first draft, the spewer, the fulminator, the would-be artist, the literary personage who is going to tell everyone how it is and do it with turns of phrase so spectacular they actually augur a hole right into the page.
A shiney faced, slicked back hair, stuffed suit, multi-millionaire vomit spewer?
Well said, you classful, non-hillbilly, spewer of silent words!
When it backfires, the spewer resigns and praises clinton II on the way out the door.
Wow -- we're all painfully familiar with pandering, triangulating, and flipflopping, but I don't think I've ever witnessed anything as shameless as Giuliani's journey from "too liberal" to the Numero Uno spewer of neo-fascist bullshit.
And HateWing spewer Mark Levin is the most frightening and extreme of them all.
Just showed up withing the past few months and he is a prolific spewer of Barack talking points, spamming, distorting and misrepresenting Obama based on his spin.
First showed up in 2005, made two comments then has been MIA until July 2007 when voila he is now a prolific spewer of Hillary talking points, spamming, distorting and misrepresenting Clinton based on her spin after two years of not posting a single comment ... now he is here daily on multithreads flingling Hillary spin left, right, sideways and all over EC. (most be the physics of cognitive dissonance)