The Collaborative International Dictionary
Puke \Puke\, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Puked; p. pr. & vb. n. Puking.] [Cf. G. spucken to spit, and E. spew.] To eject the contests of the stomach; to vomit; to spew.
Mewling and puking in the nurse's arms.
vb. (en-past of: puke)
Usage examples of "puked".
I will be forever immortalized in Paul Parlipiano's mind as The Drunk Girl Who Puked on My Shoes.
Right before 1 left for school, this drunk girl I'd never talked to before in my life pledged her undying love, then puked on my shoes.
I said old Jesus probably would've puked if He could see it– all those fancy costumes and all.
She pulled herself free of its sticky grasp, and as she turned over her system revolted and she puked up the filth that had found its way down her throat.
Or a soul, trapped in the flesh of the beast, until it puked him up or perished?
Judging by the sourness of his smell, he had already puked at least once, and the stains on the front of his pants meant that he hadn’t been as careful as he should have been when he’d peed.
Don't know why they call it morning sickness, because Bethalyn puked all hours of the day and night.
He had a strong stomach and had never puked the way some detectives did.