from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun The soft belly or underside of an animal's body.
- noun The bottom side or part.
- noun The vulnerable or weak part or aspect.
- noun The corrupt or immoral part or aspect.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun The lower ventral part of the abdomen of an animal, especially one that walks on four feet.
- noun The surface of an object closest to the ground, especially of an extended object such as an airplane.
- noun The weak point of an object vulnerable to attack; used especially in the phrase “the soft
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- noun figuratively The side which is not normally seen
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun the quality of being weak or unprotected
- noun lower side
- noun the soft belly or underside of an animal's body
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The stupidity that excretes from the mouths of the rightwing underbelly is just astonishing
Hey Dougie, thank you for confirming my 1st post: "The stupidity that excretes from the mouths of the rightwing underbelly is just astonishing."
Okay, at the risk of revealing my soggy, maudlin underbelly ... this made me a smidgen weepy.
I also note that your puritanical underbelly is showing.
Our underbelly is showing and we are no longer safe.
Rome's underbelly is gradually revealed, and each book spirals you further in and further down into real Roman life.
Looking out his window, he had time to think just three things: The wheels are up, the underbelly is white, and "man, that guy is low."
Trig’s real mom, suggests the internet underbelly, is Sarah’s teenage daughter, Bristol.
Us people in developed nations prefer to call our underbelly a gunt.
He can eat the underbelly, which is real soft, where there's no quills.