from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Pain in the stomach or abdomen.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A pain in the abdomen, often caused by indigestion. (The pain is usually lower than the stomach and related to the intestines.)
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Pain in the stomach; gastralgia; commonly, any pain in the abdomen, especially colic.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an ache localized in the stomach or abdominal region
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On second thought, maybe he is telling her he has a stomachache from the motley potley peanut butter cake?
"The stomachache is a side effect of snapping the transportation spell,"
Â Â Â "The stomachache is a side effect of snapping the transportation spell," Morwen said.
I've had what I can only describe as a stomachache since then.
If you swallow lower levels of inorganic arsenic (ranging from about 300 to 30,000 ppb in food or water), you may experience irritation of your stomach and intestines, with symptoms such as stomachache, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea.
According to Meriam-Webster's Dictionary "stomachache" is one word.
* The judge admitted going to the motel, but the woman denied everything being with the judge, having a "stomachache," going to the motel, etc.
Jack had been secretly eating grass and leaves, to try to ease the pangs, but they gave him a different kind of stomachache and made him feel peculiar.
I’d call you “Dr. Sagan,” but that makes me think of Dr. Goodnough, who is my new grandfather I can’t be happy about because he is what’s making my mom cry right this second while she’s pretending to watch TV, which is not helping my stomachache, which is not from eating too many holiday leftovers, but is from not getting invited to Sally’s birthday party yesterday.
After one group session, three boys were relieved of the pain of their stomachache, headache and canker sore, respectively.