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How to use retch in a sentence

There’s no real reason why one person might crave bacon-flavored ice cream with pickles while the thought of that might make another retch.
WHY WE LOVE TO BE GROSSED OUT - FACTS SO ROMANTICMARCO ALTAMIRANOAPRIL 22, 2021NAUTILUS
The tickling went on for some time until Bumper, in spite of himself, began to gag and retch.
BUMPER, THE WHITE RABBITGEORGE ETHELBERT WALSH
Kin I skiver er humans clean clar ercross de dissart, und retch back ter de eend o' de yeth, wid dese wun-eyed specks?
THE BROKEN SWORDDENNISON WORTHINGTON
Acid smoke wreathed up from the valley making Shann retch and cough.
STORM OVER WARLOCKANDRE NORTON
But at the thought of more eggs, Shann's stomach knotted in pain and he began to retch.
STORM OVER WARLOCKANDRE NORTON
The devil drank and ate to his hearts content; in fact he took so much that he was very uncomfortable, and began to retch.
DEVIL STORIESVARIOUS
“Have it long so you can retch far all around the barrel,” he said, measuring the fork against his own height.
BLUE RIDGE COUNTRYJEAN THOMAS
Parker could not determine what emotional overtone had found expression in Retch's words.
SINISTER PARADISEROBERT MOORE WILLIAMS
Bill Parker shifted the controls of the 'copter and the big craft swung in the direction Retch was pointing.
SINISTER PARADISEROBERT MOORE WILLIAMS
In the morning Retch was there, saying, with grim bitterness, that now it was time to go up the cliff to see Rozeno and Ulnar.
SINISTER PARADISEROBERT MOORE WILLIAMS
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JULY 31, 2021
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WORDS RELATED TO RETCH

  • barf
  • be sick
  • bring up
  • chunder
  • cough up
  • do the technicolor yawn
  • gag
  • get sick
  • heave
  • hurl
  • regurgitate
  • retch
  • spew
  • spit up
  • throw up
  • toss one's cookies
  • upchuck
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