puke one's guts out
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British pronunciation/pjˈuːk wˈɒnz ɡˈʌts ˈaʊt/
American pronunciation/pjˈuːk wˈʌnz ɡˈʌts ˈaʊt/
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to vomit intensively

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to [puke] {one's} guts out definition and meaning

What is the origin of the idiom "puke one's guts out" and when to use it?

The phrase "puke one's guts out" is an idiomatic expression that emerged as a colloquial way to describe vomiting forcefully. The origin of the phrase is unclear, but it likely developed from the vivid and exaggerated imagery of forcefully expelling the contents of one's stomach. It is used to describe the act of vomiting intensely or forcefully and emphasizes a violent or severe form of vomiting.

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