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- v. Present participle of belch.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a reflex that expels gas noisily from the stomach through the mouth
- n. the forceful expulsion of something from inside
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The funky taste in the belching is gone, and I don't have the urge to run to the bathroom so my ass can do it's award-winning impression of the "Mentos in the Diet Coke" videos ...
The locals laughed and assured me that the belching is normal
The chimney of the new house, in short, belching forth its kitchen smoke, impregnated the whole air with the scent of meats, fowls, and fishes, spicily concocted with odoriferous herbs, and onions in abundance.
The chimney of the new house, in short, belching forth its kitchen-smoke, impregnated the whole air with the scent of meats, fowls, and fishes, spicily concocted with odoriferous herbs and onions in abundance.
Since you cannot describe what you have done, I would call belching loudly to interrupt our class an unspeakable act.
As she weighed up her matchmaker's assurances that this man was not "belching" or "rough talking" and had been Ivy League-educated, "Sheldon" started dating another woman.
I'm old enough to remember Battersea Power Station when it was still working - and, even that far back, there was no black smoke 'belching' out of its four chimnies.
When this was first reported, they called it "belching" ...
Therefore the 'belching' scene to which you refer was entirely appropos.
Visitors will learn how some frogs actually give birth by "belching" little froggies!
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