noun vom·i·to·ry \ˈvä-mə-ˌtr-ē\
plural vom·i·to·ries

Definition of VOMITORY

:  an entrance piercing the banks of seats of a theater, amphitheater, or stadium

Origin of VOMITORY

Late Latin vomitorium, from Latin vomere; from its disgorging the spectators
First Known Use: 1730
Medical Dictionary


adjective vom·i·to·ry \ˈväm-ə-ˌtōr-ē, -ˌtr-\

Medical Definition of VOMITORY

:  emetic


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