vomitous

vomitous

(ˈvɒmɪtəs)
adj
1. arousing feelings of disgust: a vomitous ending.
2. relating or connected to feeling or being sick: a vomitous night on the town.

vom•i•tous

(ˈvɒm ɪ təs)

adj.
repugnant; disgusting; nauseating.
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Intentionally languid pacing will divide audiences, who are used to jump-out-of-seat scares, especially one protracted scene of actress Rooney Mara, pictured, tearfully devouring a pie to vomitous excess.
Casey Affleck Intentionally languid pacing will divide audiences, who are used to jump-out-of-seat scares, especially one protracted scene of actress Rooney Mara tearfully devouring a pie to vomitous excess.
It does look like it would be both fun and vomitous, always an interesting combination.
It does look like it would be both fun and vomitous, which is always an interesting combination.
Branaman's solo show at Karma featured work from that seminal period, including an enigmatic untitled, semiabstract self-portrait from the early 1960s that was also shown in last year's RBPA exhibition at the Landing in Los Angeles, in which the artist's eyes gaze out from a surface stippled by a vomitous fog of earthy oranges and oily, mauvetoned browns.
Patient was vomiting bilious, non-projectile vomitous. She was brought to our centre as she was becoming increasingly sick and not responding to treatment by the local medical doctor.
It's not swoopy or, God forbid, Hollywood Regency, which is totally vomitous to me.
But as Anthony Smith of mic.com discovered, the image originated on an online forum where unapologetic racists and white supremacists gather to bathe in each other's vomitous hate.
I'm seeking a golf frontier more spiritual than an overpriced silkscreen T-shirt showing three crooked palms silhouetted against a vomitous sunset.
Still, it's something of a relief to report that the movie isn't quite the vomitous bucket of spiritual saccharine the ads would suggest, and those willing to engage may be pleasantly surprised by some of its understated virtues: a carefully open-minded appeal to skeptics, a wry sense of humor that wards off sententiousness at key moments, and a fine cast of name actors (led by Greg Kinnear) who bring much-needed class and conviction to a thin, tidy little story of what God giveth and taketh away.
At lunch the Croat saw him eating the ham and potatoes from the bag and looked at the vomitous mass and said, Better than soda.
I guess I could explain my vomitous tendencies to a worldwide audience, but right then an English snoot jumped in and used many multi-syllabic words to indicate that she wanted to throw up, too.