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549 example sentences with  vomiting

549 example sentences with vomiting

An eye-witness writes "the cone of the mountain puts you in mind of an immense piece of artillery, firing red-hot stones, and ashes, and smoke into the atmosphere; or, of a huge animal in pain, groaning;, crying, and vomiting; or, like an immense whale in the arctic circle, blowing after it has been struck with several harpoons."

Woe to that Aetna, vomiting this fire!

Wounds, mortal wounds, were unheeded so long as the man still had strength to stagger on; I have seen a sergeant with a great fragment of common shell through his lungs run forward for several hundred yards vomiting blood, but still encouraging his men, who, truth to tell, were as eager as he.

At first, if there was no vomiting, it was easy to ply the hourly drinks of tea and water and medicine.

But once deadly and exhausting vomiting had begun, one could no longer feed the victim by the mouth.

Blessed morphia, too, brings ease of vomiting and is a priceless boon.

Only look down over that bridge-parapet, at that huge black-mouthed sewer, vomiting its pestilential riches across the mud.

Disorders of the Stomach and Bowels; viz., Indigestion - Flatulence - Vomiting - Griping and Looseness - 208 1.

The third day from commencing this plan, flatulence, griping, purging, and vomiting came on, one symptom quickly following the other; the child wasted, and on the sixth day had several convulsive fits.

It is fretful and restless; and sudden fits of crying and occasional starting from sleep, with a slight tendency to vomiting, and even looseness of the bowels, are not uncommon.

Suffice it to add, that, if food be introduced into the stomach unmasticated, the gastric juice will only act upon its surface; and after a number of hours it will be either rejected by vomiting, or pass on into the intestine, to give rise to cholic, bowel complaints, or flatulence, and very frequently in children to a serious attack of convulsions.


The infant that is constantly at the breast will always be suffering, more or less, from flatulence, griping, looseness of the bowels, and vomiting.

If too large a quantity of food is given at each meal, or the meals are too frequently repeated, in both instances the stomach will become oppressed, wearied, and deranged; part of the food, perhaps, thrown up by vomiting, whilst the remainder, not having undergone the digestive process, will pass on into the bowels, irritate its delicate lining membrane, and produce flatulence, with griping, purging, and perhaps convulsions.

Again; if there is simply vomiting of the breast-milk almost immediately after the child has been suckled, the milk coming up pure and unchanged, and discharged without any apparent effort, and the moment after the child is cheerful and happy, this will be found to depend upon repletion, and not upon unwholesome milk; in fact, the stomach has received too much.

Amongst other symptoms, there is the picking of the nose and lips, offensive breath, occasional vomiting, deranged bowels, pain in the head and belly, with a tumid and swollen condition of the latter, a short dry cough, wasting of the flesh, etc.; symptoms continually attendant upon the disorder now under consideration.

The degree of fever, however, is variable; for the symptoms are sometimes so moderate as scarcely to attract attention, slight and irregular shivering, nausea, perhaps vomiting, thirst, and heat of skin; whilst, at others, there is considerable constitutional disturbance, indicated by pungent heat of skin, flushing of the face, suffusion of the eyes, pain in the head, great anxiety and restlessness, and occasionally slight delirium.

It should not be taken into the mouth, for should the spittle be swallowed, and vomiting not ensue, death would be inevitable.

Expulsion is a power of nutrition, by which it expels all superfluous excrements, and relics of meat and drink, by the guts, bladder, pores; as by purging, vomiting, spitting, sweating, urine, hairs, nails, &c. Augmentation.]

One Mrs. Dyer, a chief person of the Sect, did first bring forth a monster, which had the parts of almost all sorts of living creatures, some parts like man, but most ugly and misplaced, and some like beasts, birds and fishes, having horns, fins and claws; and at the birth of it the bed shook, and the women present fell a vomiting, and were fain to go forth of the room.

Instead of torches around your funeral car, you wished the Tuileries, the library of the Louvre, and the Palace of the Legion of Honour burnt to ashes, the Rue Royale one vast conflagration, where the walls as they fell buried alive women and children, and the Rue de Lille vomiting fire and smoke like the crater of Vesuvius.

Like the dragon of fairy lore, it dies, vomiting flames.

The tall factory chimneys of Malaga, vomiting forth streams of black smoke, marred the serenity of the sky; but the distant view of the city is very fine.

Thereupon the interior fires were released, and these, vomiting up a vast supply of molten material, filled said chasms and holes to the very brim.

The appetite is now clean gone, and there is often vomiting and occasional attacks of diarrhoea.

The cough becomes more severe, and often comes on in tearing paroxysms, causing sickness and vomiting.

We have frequent purging and, maybe, sickness and vomiting.

If there be persistent sickness and vomiting, the medicine must be stopped for a time.

Small boluses of ice frequently administered will do much good, and doses of dilute prussic acid, from one to four drops in a little water, will generally arrest the vomiting.

A healthy puppy hardly ever knows when it has had enough, and it will, moreover, stuff itself with all sorts of garbage; acidity of the stomach follows, with vomiting of the ingesta, and diarrhoea succeeds, brought on by the acrid condition of the chyme, which finds its way into the duodenum.

The worms may also crawl into the stomach, and give rise to great irritation, but are usually dislodged therefrom by the violence accompanying the act of vomiting.

At times there is colic, with sickness and perhaps vomiting, and the bowels are alternately constipated or loose.

It gathered strength and fury each moment, now rising high into the air in a towering sheet of flame, now shooting forward like an enormous dragon vomiting streams of fire upon its foes.

I saw your friend Stephen P. Austin, at the Springs, just recovered from a dangerous sickness, namely, fever and vomiting blood.

Such a gallant line, issuing from the midst of the smoke, and rapidly separating itself from the confused and broken multitude, startled the enemy's masses, which were increasing and pressing onwards as to an assured victory; they wavered, hesitated, and then vomiting forth a storm of fire, hastily endeavoured to enlarge their front, while a fearful discharge of grape from all their artillery whistled through the British ranks.

COST, $5,250.] * * * * * Valerianate of cerium in the vomiting of pregnancy is recommended by Dr. Blondeau in a communication to the Societe de Therapeutique.

On the Saviour's left are doomed spirits being conveyed by devils in various ways and in ludicrous attitudes to the place of torment, represented in the usual manner by the gaping mouth of a monster, vomiting flames of fire.

In these the ancients had placed Aeolus, lord of the winds; in these was Stromboli, vomiting forth enormous balls of lava which exploded with the roar of thunder.

While they roared, three hundred and forty great guns beside, on river and land, flashed and crashed, the breezeless night by turns went groping-black and clear-as-day red with smoke and flame of vomiting funnels, of burning boats and fire-rafts, of belching cannon, of screaming grape and canister and of exploding magazines.

Five miles from Trecastagne is Nicolosi, a small village which has often suffered from the fire-vomiting mountain.

And Nala upon becoming acquainted with the science of dice, Kali came out of his body, incessantly vomiting from his mouth the virulent poison of Karkotaka.

have you taught them such horrible things?" "Let them alone," said Gabriel, laughing; "they have not yet digested their new ideas, and are vomiting follies.

This my bow-string will constitute the catapults and cannons for vomiting forth missiles on the besieging host.

But he had no occasion longer to ruminate on these nourishing drinks, for the physician succeeded gradually in curing the vomiting attacks, and he was soon swallowing, in the normal manner, a syrup of punch containing a pulverized meat whose faint aroma of cacao pleased his palate.

CHOLERA MORBUS, an epidemic disease characterised by violent vomiting and purging, accompanied with spasms, great pain, and debility; originated in India, and has during the present century frequently spread itself by way of Asia into populous centres of both Europe and America.

After the vomiting is over, the effects often remain, by part of the deleterious qualities being absorbed by the stomach; and as it often happens, in such cases, that medical assistance may not be at hand, I shall, under the head of each class, give their proper antidote, which should be in all cases applied as soon as possible, even before medical assistance is procured.

Baron Haller has taken a great deal of pains to collect what has been said concerning it, and quotes many authorities to show that this plant has been productive of the most violent symptoms; such as anxiety, hiccough, and a delirium even for the space of three months, stupor, vomiting, convulsions, and death.

If the quantity is large, and vomiting is not occasioned, it will undoubtedly prove fatal.

The root in a superior degree produces sometimes madness; and if taken in large quantity, and the stomach does not reject it by vomiting, a stupor and apopleptic symptoms, terminating in death, are the usual consequences.

It produced at first nausea and vomiting, and comatose symptoms afterwards; two of the children slept twenty-four hours; when they awoke, they vomited again, and recovered.

Vomiting should be immediately excited, and then the vegetable acids should be given; either vinegar, lemon-juice, or that of apples; after which, give ether and antispasmodic remedies, to stop the excessive bilious vomiting.

Vomiting should be immediately excited, and then the vegetable acids should be given; either vinegar, lemon-juice, or that of apples; after which, give ether and antispasmodic remedies, to stop the excessive bilious vomiting.

Just then Slippery could not answer, as he was again vomiting blood, and Joe tried to ease his breathing by elevating his head with boughs he broke from the hedge.

Again, a patient not usually confined to bed, is compelled by an attack of diarrhoea, vomiting, or other accident, to keep his bed for a few days; he gets up for the first time, and the nurse lets him go into another room, without coming in, a few minutes afterwards, to look after him.

The clear, steady answer of the quarter-master, and the manner in which the Coquette, still vomiting her sheets of flame, inclined towards the breeze, announced the promptitude of the subordinates.

Many people smoke grams of hash oil at a time, wanting to achieve a state that "no man's gone before", with the absolutely worst thing happening is a pale face, vomiting, and inability to move as much as usual.

Other associated symptoms are: worsening headache, inability to wake, dilation of the eyes, vomiting, nausea, loss of coordination and weakness of extremities.

Retching is different from vomiting.

Stick insects, like their distant relation the grasshopper, can also discharge the contents of their stomachs through vomiting when harassed, a fluid considered uneatable by some predators.

Stopping anti-psychotic or anti-vomiting drugs too quickly may also cause these symptoms.

A friend had to swoop in, entering our "bubble" to take my son away as I was helpless to care for him while I endured fevers, chills, and vomiting.

By that point, she was experiencing shortness of breath, vomiting and an elevated, feverish temperature of 102.

COVID-19 carriers can experience nausea, abdominal pain, vomiting, loss of taste, loss of smell and a change in appetite.

From November, Conor had been suffering from severe headaches and vomiting.

Gastrointestinal symptoms including abdominal pain, vomiting and diarrhoea were present in 30 (86 percent) of the children, the rash was seen in 13 children (37 percent) and conjunctivitis in 9 children (26 percent).

He had the red eyes, the high fever, the rash, negative Covid tests, diarrhea and vomiting,โ€ Somnitz said, adding, โ€œhe was admitted to the PICU (pediatric intensive care unit) for five days.โ€

However, they warn it is not a miracle drug as previous studies have shown it causes number of side effects, including diarrhoea, vomiting and headaches.

If youโ€™re coughing on everyone or youโ€™re vomiting, obviously you are contagious.

In some cases, the children had only symptoms like nausea, vomiting, stomach pain and diarrhea.

It now includes a hoarse voice, difficulty swallowing, loss of sense of smell or taste, diarrhea, nausea or vomiting.

I was sure that the love I would feel would transcend projectile vomiting and leaky diapers and 3 am feedings.

Mejias began performing chest compressions and called medical assistance while Gillum was in the bathroom vomiting.

โ€œOne day it would be fever, next day it would be arctic cold, then it would be vomiting, then coughing, then conjunctivitis, then breathing problems,โ€ he said.

Other symptoms include a new loss of taste or smell, nausea or vomiting and diarrhea.

Some people may have vomiting or diarrhea.

Sometimes the chemicals cause vomiting or allergic reactions.

The 57-year-old, who had just returned from Pakistan and was travelling from Bangkok to the southern province of Narathiwat, was seen "coughing and vomiting" before boarding the train on Monday, State Railway of Thailand said.

The actor first visited a doctor with indigestion and โ€œslight discomfortโ€, but later returned with symptoms such as stomach pain, heartburn and vomiting.

The agency's website says: 'The FDA has received reports of consumers who have suffered from severe vomiting, severe diarrhea, life-threatening low blood pressure caused by dehydration, and acute liver failure after drinking these products.'

"As pepper spray filled the air, the protesters were forced to disperse; many suffered trouble breathing, vomiting, and other complications," the lawsuit adds.

They were discharged on Thursday but about 1am on Sunday morning, Mercy started vomiting followed by Goodness after about two to three hours.

This includes fever, coughing, sore throat, redness of eyes or shortness of breath, body aches, loss of smell or taste, nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, fatigue and weakness or tiredness.

When vomiting is prolonged, intractable, and interferes with nutrition and fluid intake, it is termed hyperemesis gravidarum (HG).

Additional symptoms include rash, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea, and hemorrhaging (bleeding from inside and outside the body).

After you have been taking benztropine on a regular basis, stopping it suddenly may trigger uncomfortable withdrawal effects such as irritability, nausea, vomiting, headache or difficulties sleeping.

Emetics to produce vomiting,.

Euphorbia cyparissias are toxic, causing nausea, vomiting, when ingested.

Her pediatrician initiates investigations to rule out an endocrine cause of the vomiting, when she has to be readmitted to hospital because of a severe episode.

His memoir, after review, was returned to him with โ€œโ€œblacked out swaths of informationโ€ that included โ€œaccounts of his childrenโ€™s nosebleeds, strange rashes, vomiting, severe asthma and memory loss.โ€

Illness, vomiting, diarrhea, fever and high blood glucose can lead to dehydration.

Safety Data Sheets should NOT recommend inducing vomiting, but should refer the first-aid provider to a Poison Center or a doctor for advice.

Sore throat warning: Severe or persistent sore throat or sore throat accompanied by high fever, headache, nausea and vomiting may be serious.

Stomach flu is an inflammation of the stomach and intestinal lining that causes diarrhea and vomiting.

Talk to your doctor if you have difficulties tolerating heat, have a fever and/or experience vomiting).

The following day, when waking up I had that headache again, sudden and disabling, like being hit with a hammer in the back of my head, a few moments later I started vomiting.

The most significant challenge for my breast cancer patients receiving AC is chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting.

The plaintiff suffered the indignity of body cavity searches, three enemas and induced vomiting.

The proportion of children who experienced complete CINV control (no nausea, vomiting, or retching) was described.

These included stomach aches, diarrhea, respiratory problems, throat and nose irritation, dizziness, vomiting and coughing.

Visible signs or symptoms: Motor or verbal tics, hyperreflexia, tremors, vomiting, confusion, hallucinations, delirium, sweating, dilated pupils, redness of the skin.