Definition of disgorge
- the train disgorged its passengers
- refused to disgorge his ill-gotten gains
- where the river disgorges into the sea
We watched the airplane disgorging its passengers at the gate.
The damaged ship disgorged thousands of gallons of oil into the bay.
The river disgorges into the ocean just south of the city.
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: to empty whatever is in the stomach through the mouth
: to let out or release (something)
: to flow out
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