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- adj. Having some specific type of belly.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of belly.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having (such) a belly; puffed out; -- used in composition.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a belly (of the kind indicated in composition): as, big-bellied; pot-bellied.
- In botany, ventricose; swelling out in the middle.
- In anatomy, having a swelling fleshy part, or belly, as a muscle.
- Rounded; bulging.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. curving outward
- adj. having a belly; often used in combination
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Their flesh wasted by hunger, they were hollow bellied, their ribs protruding.
Paul often passed out at the end of our epic nights bellied up at the bar.
Clark would grow to despise the Vichy generals he dealt with in North Africa, giving them a private code in memos to Ike: YBSAS for “yellow bellied so and so.”
Ex-con Mr. Hack who advocates assassinating police officers is in reality a yellow bellied, sap sucking coward with a yellow stripe down is back a foot wide.
January 14th, 2010 at 5: 47 pm tombaker says: but molly – what will we do about the star-bellied sneeches?
Think about it this way: pretend for a moment that you are a beer-bellied, slope-faced, slack-jawed, thick-necked, trailer-park-dwelling hominid from the jungles of Appalachia, with a high-school equivalency degree and career skills chiefly in plumbing and siring children.
They recently made their first chair for a pot-bellied pig named Bacon, owned by a retired butcher in Peru, Mass.
Eddie's Wheels Eddie's Wheels recently made its first chair for a 150-lb pot-bellied pig named Bacon, owned by a retired butcher in Peru, Mass.
The visitor, we're told, gazing at the soft-bellied male race enthusiasts in the stands, would be horrified and bellow (if he could indeed speak): "My sons, my sons, why have you forsaken me?"
A similar economy enlivens other works, such as Shoki Sleeping, which captures a tub-bellied folk deity, boots on, snoozing.