from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having a great belly; ; advanced in pregnancy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- . Having a large or protuberant belly.
- . Advanced in pregnancy.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having a prominent belly
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Actually Cynical, the man who says this is a big-bellied, mush-mouthed, racist redneck with a heart of gold (at least for some people).
For seven big-bellied ewes, this week we are the shepherds they shall not want.
There were fish, dried in the sun and smoked; and forty hides of the hair seal, and half as many of the fur, and each hide was tied at the mouth and big-bellied with oil; and ten skins of bear which I killed in the woods when they came out in the spring.
Thin his arms were as his legs, and, as Michael first beheld him, he had all the seeming of a big-bellied black spider.
Picture being on a plane as it taxis toward takeoff, a rolling rec room in most of our minds in which folks read and doze and look out the window -- until it picks up speed and the trees blur and the tarmac goes fuzzy to your sight and somewhere inside, all your instincts as a land animal cry out in disbelief that this big-bellied metal hull will ever lift and soar in flight.
In the backyard, a huge, bearded, big-bellied, middle-aged man with very long hair and a kerchief had spied the Caddy and was looking around.
Having dominated the big screen, the big-bellied, lovable, martial arts-toting panda from Kung Fu P ...
Fans, too, have become more florid in declaring their allegiance, and have dug deep into folk-memory to announce to the world the meaning of Englishness – whether dressed in chain-mail or crusader gear, or even as airmen from the first world war, as well as the ironic imagery of big-bellied men in drag, as gross Britannias, or wearing bras decorated with the cross of St George.
STAMBERG: There was the amazing light: the rich, blue skies dotted with scudding, big-bellied clouds that shifted the sunlight, making fields and rocks broody, then brilliant, in a flash.
The big-bellied constable had been taken by surprise when I jumped, and he had to scramble back down the steps.