regorge

verb
re·gorge | \(ˈ)rē+\

Definition of regorge 

transitive verb

1 : to vomit up or out : throw back : disgorge

2 [ re- + gorge ] : to swallow again : swallow or suck back tides at highest mark regorge the flood— John Dryden

intransitive verb

: to gush again : be thrown back

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History and Etymology for regorge

French regorger, from Middle French, from re- + gorger to gorge

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