Dog's vomit

horrible food

Dictionary of Australian slang . 2013.

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  • vomit — 01. He got seasick, and began to [vomit] after half an hour on the boat. 02. I [vomited] a couple of times last night because I drank too much. 03. He got really drunk at the party, and ended up outside, [vomiting] in the garden. 04. The most… …   Grammatical examples in English

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  • dog — see feed a dog for three days and he will remember your kindness for three years; feed a cat for three years and she will forget your kindness in three days give a dog a bad name and hang him dog does not eat dog every dog has his day every dog… …   Proverbs new dictionary

  • vomit — see the dog returns to its vomit …   Proverbs new dictionary

  • sick as a dog, be —  Vomit violently …   A concise dictionary of English slang

  • As a dog returns to his vomit, so a fool repeats his folly — is an aphorism which appears in the Book of Proverbs in the Bible Proverbs 26:11. Its meaning is that fools are stubbornly inflexible and this is illustrated with the repulsive simile of the dog that eats its vomit again, even though this may be… …   Wikipedia

  • the dog returns to its vomit — The expression is frequently found in various metaphorical and allusive forms, such as to return like a dog to his vomit, as illustrated below. Before 1534 (see quot.), the proverb is used in more or less similar forms in earlier versions of, and …   Proverbs new dictionary


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