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puke

 (pyo͞ok) Slang
intr. & tr.v. puked, puk·ing, pukes
To vomit.
n.
1. The act of vomiting.
2. Vomit.
3. One regarded as disgusting or contemptible.

[Perhaps imitative.]

puke

(pjuːk)
vb
(Pathology) to vomit
n
1. (Pathology) the act of vomiting
2. (Pathology) the matter vomited
[C16: probably of imitative origin; compare German spucken to spit]

puke

(pyuk)

v. puked, puk•ing,
n. Slang. v.i., v.t.
1. to vomit.
n.
2. vomit.
3. anything that is repulsive, contemptible, or worthless.
[1590–1600; of uncertain orig.]

puke


Past participle: puked
Gerund: puking

Imperative
puke
puke
Present
I puke
you puke
he/she/it pukes
we puke
you puke
they puke
Preterite
I puked
you puked
he/she/it puked
we puked
you puked
they puked
Present Continuous
I am puking
you are puking
he/she/it is puking
we are puking
you are puking
they are puking
Present Perfect
I have puked
you have puked
he/she/it has puked
we have puked
you have puked
they have puked
Past Continuous
I was puking
you were puking
he/she/it was puking
we were puking
you were puking
they were puking
Past Perfect
I had puked
you had puked
he/she/it had puked
we had puked
you had puked
they had puked
Future
I will puke
you will puke
he/she/it will puke
we will puke
you will puke
they will puke
Future Perfect
I will have puked
you will have puked
he/she/it will have puked
we will have puked
you will have puked
they will have puked
Future Continuous
I will be puking
you will be puking
he/she/it will be puking
we will be puking
you will be puking
they will be puking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been puking
you have been puking
he/she/it has been puking
we have been puking
you have been puking
they have been puking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been puking
you will have been puking
he/she/it will have been puking
we will have been puking
you will have been puking
they will have been puking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been puking
you had been puking
he/she/it had been puking
we had been puking
you had been puking
they had been puking
Conditional
I would puke
you would puke
he/she/it would puke
we would puke
you would puke
they would puke
Past Conditional
I would have puked
you would have puked
he/she/it would have puked
we would have puked
you would have puked
they would have puked
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.puke - a person who is deemed to be despicable or contemptiblepuke - a person who is deemed to be despicable or contemptible; "only a rotter would do that"; "kill the rat"; "throw the bum out"; "you cowardly little pukes!"; "the British call a contemptible person a `git'"
disagreeable person, unpleasant person - a person who is not pleasant or agreeable
2.puke - the matter ejected in vomitingpuke - the matter ejected in vomiting  
body waste, excrement, excreta, excretory product, excretion - waste matter (as urine or sweat but especially feces) discharged from the body
Verb1.puke - eject the contents of the stomach through the mouthpuke - eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth; "After drinking too much, the students vomited"; "He purged continuously"; "The patient regurgitated the food we gave him last night"
egest, excrete, eliminate, pass - eliminate from the body; "Pass a kidney stone"

puke

verb (Slang) vomit, be sick, throw up (informal), spew, heave, regurgitate, disgorge, retch, be nauseated, chuck (Austral. & N.Z. informal), barf (U.S. slang), chunder (slang, chiefly Austral.), upchuck (U.S. slang), do a technicolour yawn (slang), toss your cookies (U.S. slang) They got drunk and puked out of the window.

puke

verb
Slang. To eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth:
Translations

puke

[pjuːk]
A. N
1. (= vomited matter) → vómito m
2. to have a puke = B
B. VI (also puke up) → devolver
it makes me (want to) puke (fig) → me da asco
C. VT (also puke up) → devolver, vomitar

puke

[ˈpjuːk]
vi (also puke up) → dégueuler
ndégueulis m

puke

(sl)
vikotzen (inf), → spucken (inf); to puke all over something (inf)etw vollkotzen (sl); he makes me pukeer kotzt mich an (sl)
vtkotzen (inf), → spucken (inf)
nKotze f (vulg)

puke

[pjuːk] vi (fam) → rigettare

puke

(fam o vulg) V. vomit.
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 The pills were sugar and the pukes were honey.
Part of Puke Force appeared serially on the website of the now-defunct publisher PictureBox from 2010-13, but it was created on paper and, Chippendale has said, intended ultimately for print.
Maori artist Wiremu Puke gives a carving display at the Captain Cook | Museum with volunteer helper Patrick Ngorima of Wolviston
Researchers there were studying contagion dynamics of norovirus, an illness which causes uncontrollable vomiting and is primarily spread by "aerosolized vomitus," aka puke spray.
The book is being sold through Paper Plus in Te Puke and can be bought directly from me at 36B Atuaroa Ave, Te Puke, 3119, for $25 plus $2 postage.
It makes me puke when I read in the Press about paramedics being assaulted by drunks.
Workers for one Puke contractor, Hutchins Dr Drywall in Las Vegas, were forced to construct make-shift scaffolds up to 21) feet high using buckets, planks and ladders.
From drag queens and transvestites via fireworks at funerals to a lunatic ex-wife with children called Crap, Puke, Snot and Mungo.
The Supreme Westpac Franchisee of the Year award went to Te Puke couple Alan and Michelle Cook with their Fonterra franchise Mace Holdings Limited.
The makers of "Pippy the Portable Puke Potty," however, voiced their disagreement.
Sick of Being Sick": I was lying on my back for a month, oh I would get up / to piss or puke, but I mostly / lay and watched tv and / slept and ate.