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What is the past tense of vomit?

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The past tense of vomit is vomited.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of vomit is vomits.

The present participle of vomit is vomiting.

The past participle of vomit is vomited.

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She turned and vomited violently, an empty dry-heave which threatened to pull her stomach out.
He also tells a story about how Uncle John bought a shoat and ate until he vomited and then left the rest.
Recalling his first trip in the air, Tu said he felt very sick and even vomited.
It is indicated when there is a clear, glairy, stringy fluid vomited, the nausea aggravated by smell of food.
His captain, Pullen said, wore his oilskins day and night, and vomited all the time.
I escaped him and went to the bathroom and vomited again and again until I felt that if I puked one more time, my body would disappear.

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