How To Use Expectorate In A Sentence

  • The hate filled indoctrination expectorated from the pulpit by Wright was more akin to the distorted view of Islam relied upon by Bin Laden to encourage others to kill that to the teaching of Jesus. Early Word: Articles of Faith - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com
  • Then they gave it up, and passed a law making it a statutory offense, with heavy fines, for any one to "expectorate" on the sidewalk or anywhere else where the saliva could be swept up by the trains of the women of nearly all classes who followed the fashion. As A Chinaman Saw Us Passages from his Letters to a Friend at Home
  • According to an independent survey on spitting this year showed that 300 million Chinese expectorate in public.
  • While Lembcke doesn't prove that nobody ever expectorated on a serviceman -- you can't prove a negative, after all -- he reduces the claim to an urban myth. Mark Engler: Spitting in the Faces of U.S. Troops
  • Will he strike his ebony wood staff angrily on the floor, frightening him by the incoherent violence of his exclamations; or will he squat down with a good-humoured smile, and, rubbing his hands gently over his stomach with a familiar gesture, expectorate copiously into the brass siri-vessel, giving vent to a low, approbative murmur? Almayer's Folly
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  • It just means you need to really stop and ask yourself whether you want to use the word 'expectorate' when what you mean is 'spit.' seanan_mcguire: Write! Right? Fifty thoughts on writing.
  • Will he strike his ebony wood staff angrily on the floor, frightening him by the incoherent violence of his exclamations; or will he squat down with a good-humoured smile, and, rubbing his hands gently over his stomach with a familiar gesture, expectorate copiously into the brass siri-vessel, giving vent to a low, approbative murmur? Almayer's Folly
  • He looked at me as if I'd expectorated into the ‘stuffing.’
  • In this telling of the tale, the Respectorate is defeated by the land of Oh-Tee-Tee, "whose denizens, the Otters, are devoted to all forms of excess", and who are led by Soraya, the Insultana of Ott, with her battle-cry "We expectorate on the Respectorate! Luka and the Fire of Life by Salman Rushdie - review
  • However, sampling may be difficult in the younger patients and in patients with mild disease who do not expectorate.
  • For the first four days there was no hæmoptysis, but for the succeeding nine days small brightish red clots were expectorated. Surgical Experiences in South Africa, 1899-1900 Being Mainly a Clinical Study of the Nature and Effects of Injuries Produced by Bullets of Small Calibre
  • This drug expectorates quickly
  • Besides, who could like an instrument where all you do is expectorate into metal tubes!
  • Shorty looked from one to the other, expectorated, but did not move. THE MEAT
  • But according to the insta-polls, the electorate, as opposed to what I once called the expectorate, seems to have concluded fairly clearly that Biden “won,” possibly because what the electorate was expecting was a debate between two candidates for Vice-President, not the raw materials for some arcane calculation of who exceeded whose expectations. Archive 2008-10-01
  • Phlegm is said to be either substantial or insubstantial, meaning that it can either be the mucous we expectorate and drool or a kind of ‘fog’ that blocks the sensory, organs.
  • When I came to spit it out, he offered me the cup, so I was was forced to expectorate into a three-inch deep slurry of chewing tobacco.
  • In cases of tuberculosis blood is expectorated.
  • A major advantage of sputum induction, however, is that patients who are normally unable to expectorate can almost always produce sputum after inhaling hypertonic saline.
  • The mechanism inside my building operates more or less smoothly and quietly, but that sense of being expectorated by architecture upsets me. Everything Has Been Arranged (or, Chamomile Tea at Ten Thousand Feet)
  • Think of the mischief it would work with Major League Baseball's rule 8.02, which says that the pitcher shall not expectorate on the ball. 'Equation,' 'Gingerly' And Other Linguistic Pet Peeves
  • He reached the futtock rigging, and stopped to expectorate. The Ghost Pirates
  • But according to the insta-polls, the electorate, as opposed to what I once called the expectorate, seems to have concluded fairly clearly that Biden "won," possibly because what the electorate was expecting was a debate between two candidates for Vice-President, not the raw materials for some arcane calculation of who exceeded whose expectations. The Richmond Democrat
  • Protein in the diaphragm and intercostal muscles has been depleted, impairing the patient's ability to deep breathe, expectorate, and clear microbes from the lungs.
  • From the blatant Republican policy doublespeak emanating from think-tank sponsored word doctors to the outright obstruction and lies expectorated by Republican congressional representatives and senators, the very concept of governance can only be considered once the culprits are removed. Steven Weber: Comedy Relief
  • The actor is the only one of that illustrious quartet who openly uses a spittoon, clears his throat and expectorates into the receptacle below his desk.
  • While he doesn't prove that nobody ever expectorated on a serviceman - you can't prove a negative, after all - he reduces the claim to an urban myth.
  • Dem Internets now bein a democrafying force, but now how we expectorated about it. Hillary's Internet Guru: Obama's Web Team Deserves Tremendous Credit
  • Whoosh! your lips expectorate a stream of self-igniting gasoline.
  • For each sample, they collected saliva in their mouths for a minute, and then expectorated slowly through a straw into a cryotube.
  • I expect this article to be well rated, simply because it is a well expectorated article. Think Diouf is vile? Listen to the fans | Kevin McKenna
  • He once suggested that my brother handle a bully by puffing up his chest and announcing, ‘If you come near me, I'll expectorate in your countenance.’
  • In such a case, unless there be a flow of blood from the nose, or an abscess form about the neck, or pain in the limbs, or the patient expectorate thick sputa On Regimen In Acute Diseases
  • As anyone whose had a general anaesthetic will know, you have to cough and expectorate hard pretty much as soon as you come round to clear the anaesthetic out of your lungs.
  • In our study, almost half of the subjects completing both visits did not expectorate regularly, and thus we had almost twice the number of subjects for analysis.
  • ‘Oh, you've seen the magazine then,’ I enquired as he expectorated into the bathroom sink.
  • At each corner, therefore, he would pause to cough and expectorate so ferociously that I sometimes wondered whether he had come to pray or just to spit! The Natural World
  • And in a usage book he published a few years ago, Bill Bryson contended that it was wrong to use "expectorate" as a synonym for "spit," since it really means to cough up phlegm from the chest. 'Equation,' 'Gingerly' And Other Linguistic Pet Peeves
  • Additional airway bacterial cultures were obtained in all subjects at test 1, either by expectorated sputum samples or by oropharyngeal swabs.
  • Hence persons laboring under pneumonia or pleurisy are not necessarily empyemics, but when these diseases progress to such a point that blood and sanies are expectorated and the lung is infected, that is when the ulceration of the lungs fails to heal and corruption and infection occur, the disease becomes empima, and is with difficulty, or never cured. Gilbertus Anglicus Medicine of the Thirteenth Century
  • For more extensive oral ulceration, dexamethasone elixir, 0.5 mg per 5 ml, may be used as a rinse and expectorated.

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