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.
Recent Examples on the WebThe committee agreed to disgorge $2,000 from the funds.—Stephanie Ebbert, BostonGlobe.com, 25 Nov. 2022 Cruise ships disgorge passengers into coaches that head to the Cave of the Apocalypse, where John is said to have received the visions that inspired his famous biblical text, before heading straight back again.—Joe Minihane, CNN, 8 Nov. 2022 To settle the charges, Ms. Kardashian must disgorge the fee with interest, pay a million-dollar penalty, and promise not to promote any crypto products for three years.—M. Todd Henderson, WSJ, 6 Oct. 2022 For the next several weeks, acres of gingham blankets will be unfurled in grassy parkscapes coast to coast upon which thousands of wicker hampers will disgorge their comestible contents for the benefit of those who wish to dine al fresco.—Adam Tschorn, Los Angeles Times, 13 July 2022 The prospect of an increasingly militarized Europe—even a future one not actively at war—is the prospect of a continent that will disgorge ever more greenhouse gasses to maintain those swelling forces.—Matt Simon, Wired, 10 Mar. 2022 After nearly three hours of fighting, the Russian helicopters began to land and disgorge airborne troops, who fanned out and began firing.—James Marson, WSJ, 3 Mar. 2022 The buyer will then decide when to disgorge (between 3 and 10 years after the harvest) and how much dosage (sugar) should be added.—Per And Britt Karlsson, Forbes, 27 Dec. 2021 Buses disgorge children in school uniforms on class trips.—New York Times, 18 Dec. 2021 See More
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Middle French desgorger, from des- dis- + gorge gorge