Archaic vomitive; emetic
noun pl. vomitories
- any opening, funnel, etc. through which matter is to be discharged
LL vomitorium: the spectators were discharged through these in Roman amphitheaters, etc., any of the entrances leading to the tiers of seats
See vomitory in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Inducing vomiting; vomitive. noun pl. vom·i·to·ries
- Something that induces vomiting.
- An aperture through which matter is discharged.
- One of the tunnellike passages of an amphitheater or stadium between the seats and the outside wall or passageway.
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