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disgorge (verb) throw out in large quantities; vomit.
A river disgorges water at its mouth, as large quantities of water flow out of it. A waterfall disgorges water, as large quantities of water flows down the hill. On a weekday, trains disgorge commuters; that is, large numbers of commuters get off the trains. A hall or a place from where large crowds come out disgorges them. Chimneys of factories disgorge smoke. They issue smoke in large quantities. To disgorge is also to vomit. When a person disgorges they vomit what they have eaten or drunk.
- The mouth of the volcano disgorged huge volumes of lava that destroyed cities and forests in its downward flow.
- The smoke that chimneys of factories in industrial areas disgorge is the main cause of environmental pollution.