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  • Now they'll fight you for their own bellies to get your supplies. Cited from Badge of Infamy, by Lester del Rey
  • Their back sides are usually lighter in color than their under-belly sides.
  • When they have entered, let them fill their bellies and return to the camp. Cited from The Works of Samuel Johnson in Nine Volumes, Vol. IV, by Samuel Johnson
  • You could see more of the roof of the plane than you could the belly.
  • Now they have fire pouring into their eyes instead of into their bellies. Cited from The Art Of The Moving Picture, by Vachel Lindsay
  • They cannot walk on their legs, but can move on their bellies.
  • Their heart became confused through it, and they fell upon their bellies.
  • A dozen of them had already settled themselves upon their bellies in the snow. Cited from God's Country--And The Woman, James O. Curwood
  • They are also much larger, being frequently two or three feet thick, and their bellies five feet broad. Cited from History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Vol. X, by Robert Kerr
  • He was a big man, over six feet tall, with a big belly, and huge hands.
  • They may control the school with light reflected from their white bellies.
  • It has a wide black band down its breast and belly.
  • The land laws made them so poor that they had to sell themselves to fill their bellies. Cited from The Promised Land, by Mary Antin
  • They have short hair and some, but not all, sub-species have a light belly.
  • Their sides and bellies were indeed as white as new silver. Cited from In the Catskills, by John Burroughs
  • Once inside, the troops forced all the students to leave their rooms and lie belly-down on the floor.
  • They are getting too much into their bellies and making the devil's own noise. Cited from Fortitude, by Hugh Walpole
  • The female is slightly larger than the male and has a brown breast-band and sometimes a white belly.
  • The side cut has more meat and less fat than the belly.
  • If I go back it is only to fill people's bellies with political east wind. Cited from Cocoa and Chocolate, by Arthur W. Knapp
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Meaning of belly

  • noun A protruding abdomen
  • noun A part that bulges deeply
    the belly of a sail
  • noun The hollow inside of something
    in the belly of the ship
  • noun The underpart of the body of certain vertebrates such as snakes or fish
  • verb Swell out or bulge out