Definition of spew:
spout, throw away, give off, tramp, purify, cast, send out, skewer, spit out, drift, rush, sprinkle, beam, sick, extravasate, flush, generate, put, claxon, honk, redact, jet, issue from, pat, pitter-patter, chuck, spew out, wander, stray, toss, regurgitate, vomit up, swan, shake off, be sick, spill, disgorge, pour, give out, spurt, toot, stream, patter, frame, squirt, ditch, hurl, explosion, upchuck, burp, scatter, beep, swoosh, mold, draw, puke, ptyalise, heave, cat, hurtle, spatter, spit, gag, barf, couch, regorge, blow, reproduce, rove, roll, sanctify, cronk, blare, throw up, vagabond, spue, cast off, expel, roam, throw off, spit up, ramble, contrive, eruct, retch, purge, blow out, ptyalize, bubble, throw, scour, mould, range, project, vomit, drop.
reject (part of speech: verb)
He was the first one to spew out against this school, against its principal Doctors, against the churches of these regions, against the princes themselves, the poison which he had brewed and imbibed some time ago, and, having gnawed and consumed with the bite of a serpent the womb of his mother, to destroy the harmony of these churches, at first by spreading his dreams, fables, and gossip but now also by calumnies and manifest lies."- "Historical Introductions to the Symbolical Books of the Evangelical Lutheran Church", Friedrich Bente.
- "The Works Of John Dryden, Vol. 7 (of 18) The Duke of Guise; Albion and Albanius; Don Sebastian", John Dryden.
We'll find ways of bringing them together and the more swinish you can make people become, yes, the more you can make them spew and shriek, the holier will become the cause of this spewing and shrieking.- "Gargoyles", Ben Hecht.