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What is the noun for vomit?

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  1. The regurgitated former contents of a stomach.
  2. The act of regurgitating.
  3. (obsolete) That which causes vomiting; an emetic.
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    1. “Nurses mentioned that she had vomited earlier, and there was evidence of fresh vomit on her sheets.”
  1. A passage located behind a tier of seats in an amphitheatre used as an exit for the crowds
  2. (see Usage notes) An area in which vomiting takes place, in particular a chamber supposedly used by ancient Romans to vomit during a feast so they could continue eating.
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    1. “But consuming large amounts of food and drink while lying on one's side, waiting to use the vomitorium, is quite another.”
      “I had read somewhere about the practice in ancient Rome of having a vomitorium.”
      “But it's a cruel myth that they would troop off to the vomitorium afterwards.”
  1. The entrance into a theater or other large public venue, where masses of people are disgorged into the stands; a vomitorium
  2. (pharmacology) A substance that induces vomiting; an emetic
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    1. “The vomitory is a designated area in the stadium where spectators can enter or exit the premises.”
  1. The most virulent form of yellow fever.
  2. The black vomit associated with the worst form of yellow fever.
  1. (medicine) Repeated ineffectual attempts at vomiting; retching.
  1. (medicine) vomit, the product of an emesis.
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    1. “The appropriate specimens to submit for testing include food or environmental specimens, stool, serum, gastric contents, or vomitus.”
      “Other significant conditions were aspiration of vomitus and sickle cell disorder.”
      “If spontaneous vomiting occurs have casualty lean forward with head down to avoid breathing in of vomitus, and give more water to drink.”
  1. (medicine) Something that induces vomiting
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  1. The action of the verb vomit
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    1. “The vomiting lasted for hours, leaving her feeling utterly exhausted and weak.”
  1. (archaic) The act of vomiting.
  1. Someone who vomits.
  2. Examples:
    1. “It would be ironic if the commuters had tried to escape from one vomiter only to run into the path of another.”
      “One of the biggest mistakes a vomiter can make is bending over.”
  1. (informal) vomit
  1. plural form of vomitorium
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    1. “The entrance is heraldically framed by the stubby rounded shapes of the vomitoria, clad in dark blue metal over red brick plinths.”
      “Only the podium itself and the two adjacent pulpita were also accessible from the valley through four vomitoria.”
      Vomitoria or entrances and exits were made available to the audience.”
  1. plural of vomiting
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    1. “Epilepsies, or fallings and reelings, and beastly vomitings. The least of these, even when the tongue begins to be untied, is a degree of drunkenness.”
  1. plural of vomition
  1. plural of vomitory
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    1. “Additional seats mean additional revenue event after event, and the company can help you add seating even in the vomitories.”
      “Terraces with more than 23 rows, and most second tier terraces, will usually have vomitories.”
      “On the upper concourse the entrance tunnels to the seating, known as vomitories, used a mix of precast and in situ walls.”
  1. plural of vomiter
  2. Examples:
    1. “The anorectic patients were divided into subgroups of 19 abstainers and 46 vomiters and purgers.”
  1. plural of vomito
  1. plural of vom
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