from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. Slang To vomit or experience vomiting.
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- n. Vomit.
- v. To vomit.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth
Your mama's wiping away the banana with her hand, laughing with the people sitting next to her because baby upchuck is just so adorable.
Ugh, I even thought of the word "upchuck" listening to Lieberman tonight
Her whimper turns to a wail and her heaving seems a mix of some frenetic tribal dance and an upchuck.
Then I would sneak-eat some more before taking laxatives, as well as upchuck like a mofo, and then start smoking even more cigarettes, so that I would eat less, and then smoke pot to quit smoking cigarettes, which just made me hungry.
But its short-sighted views on both romance (no icky GLBT or eroticism here!) and technology make me want to upchuck too.
But its treatment of non-Anglo cultures in its staple romances make me want to upchuck.
She battles to get out from under the mosquito net so she can escape outside and avoid others seeing her upchuck.
Every time they open their mouths, they upchuck political vomit.
“Auggie and I have become, well, intimate,” Violet said, and I empathized with Riley as she tried not to upchuck her Lucky Charms.
It is a very forced cliché and often a laughable one (and rarely convincing), but sometimes — like Amy going into upchuck mode after her first kiss with Sheldon (not the cause) — it works.