Verb(1) cause or allow (a solid substance(2) eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth
(1) they were made to disgorge all the profits made from the record(2) They roar up onto the glacier in a cloud of diesel exhaust, then disgorge hundreds of tourists onto a patch of plowed ice and snow.(3) It held scores of multi-shaped machines which, for a stipulated sum, would disgorge a variety of stamps, forms, envelopes and other postal miscellanea.(4) Australian ocean freighters disgorge tons of iron ore onto conveyor belts leading to a 105-meter-high blast furnace.(5) After inviting the tourists to disgorge from the coach and experience the scenery, he was stunned by their reaction.(6) France was made to disgorge the enormous gains she had made under Napoleon, but there was no attempt to reduce her to a second-rate power and she was speedily welcomed back into the comity of nations.(7) Equity will intervene by way of constructive trust, not only to compel a defendant to restore the plaintiff's property to him, but also to require a defendant to disgorge property which he should have acquired, if at all, for the plaintiff.(8) Neither is going to increase productivity, except to the extent that a change in dividend taxation forces companies to disgorge cash they shouldn't be keeping.(9) Aberystwyth and Aberdeen are typical of towns named after the rivers which disgorge their waters into the sea and which the towns grew around.(10) Can it really be the case, it is asked, that in such circumstances the thief cannot be required to disgorge the property which, in equity, represents the stolen coins?(11) The frigatebirds swoop down from above to pursue the target, pulling at the bird's wings or tail, in an attempt to force the bird to disgorge and drop its prey items.(12) His contemporary, the geographer Strabo, argued that the sea had once been a lake and that the many rivers that disgorge into it had, in the recent past, filled it to overflowing.(13) Thus the fiduciary must disgorge the profit that he makes as a fiduciary without the informed consent of his principal and the fact that if the principal had been asked he would have agreed is irrelevant.(14) A ferry arrives one afternoon to disgorge a gaggle of youth from neighboring islands.(15) I think their best bet is going to be suing the executives of the company to have them disgorge their ill-gotten gains.(16) It is designed to disgorge a benefit obtained as a result of the breach.
1. pour out ::
2. surrender ::
3. be sick ::
4. shed ::
Different Formsdisgorge, disgorged, disgorgement, disgorges, disgorging
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