- v expel or eject (saliva or phlegm or sputum) from the mouth
- v eject or send out in large quantities, also metaphorical
the volcano spews out molten rocks every day
The editors of the paper spew out hostile articles about the Presidential candidate
- v eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth
- If there are significant genetic differences between blacks and whites, the ability to spew psuedohistorical nonsense about racial distinctions is one trait both races have in .
- A dirty bomb is a conventional explosive salted with radioactive isotopes in order to spew out that nuclear material and contaminate a wide area.
- But even with mandated controls, old-fashioned pulverized- coal plants still spew nitrogen oxide and sulfur dioxide (think acid rain) as well as toxic mercury.
- Charlie Crist in Orlando Sentinel (blog)
If this spew in the middle of the Gulf of Mexico doesn't tell us that we need to be more cautious and careful about doing this in the future, I don't know what would,Crist told Bob Schieffer. "We don't have these rigs off the Florida...
- Mike Tomlin in International Herald Tribune
I was impressed simply by the fact he was a quick study,Tomlin said after a rain-soaked afternoon practice at Saint Vincent College. "He was able to step out there and step in the huddle, spew the verbiage out, get people lined up and...
- Jerry Brown in Central Valley Business Times
Millions of industrial machines in mines, on farms, and construction sites spew massive quantities of unregulated greenhouse gas pollution,says Mr. Brown.