eruct

verb
\i-ˈrəkt \
eructed; eructing; eructs

Definition of eruct 

: belch

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Examples of eruct in a Sentence

he suddenly snapped and began eructing his repressed anger

First Known Use of eruct

1596, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for eruct

Latin eructare, frequentative of erugere to belch, disgorge; akin to Old English rocettan to belch, Greek ereugesthai

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The first known use of eruct was in 1596

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eruct

verb
\i-ˈrəkt \

Medical Definition of eruct 

: belch

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