[ US /ˈbɛɫid/ ]
[ UK /bˈɛlɪd/ ]
  1. having a belly; often used in combination
  2. curving outward
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How To Use bellied In A Sentence

  • Groups of pot-bellied old men in seldom worn suits stood in clusters, leaning in to catch a word, laughing, lining up for photos taken by children and grandchildren.
  • The gym is mine. So you can take your band of yellow-bellied losers and crawl out of here.
  • I hated it when Dad and the pot-bellied guys cunted up the place with cigarettes and beery boy belches. Please Cuntinue...
  • Caught under by the breeze, the awnings of the fore-deck bellied upwards and collapsed slowly, and above their heavy flapping the gray stuff of Captain Whalley's roomy coat fluttered incessantly around his arms and trunk.
  • 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? Testosterone Put to the Test
  • No, he takes Scrooge to the market, and shows him the abundance there, especially the fruits sometimes literal of foreign trade: There were great, round, pot-bellied baskets of chestnuts, shaped like the waistcoats of jolly old gentlemen, lolling at the doors, and tumbling out into the street in their apoplectic opulence. A Dickens Of A Debate Between Mr. Scrooge And Mr. Say
  • The Park is an important breeding area for the pinkbacked pelican Pelecanus rufescens, white pelican P. onocrotalus, African fish-eagle Haliaeetus vocifer, Caspian tern Hydroprogne caspia, goliath heron Ardea goliath, rufous-bellied heron Butorides rufiventris, yellowbilled stork Mycteria ibis, pygmy goose Nettapus auritus, collared pratincole Glareola pratincola and greyrumped swallow Pseudohirondo griseopyga. Greater St Lucia Wetland Park, South Africa
  • After the balloon bellied out into full form, its five passengers climbed into the basket.
  • Paul often passed out at the end of our epic nights bellied up at the bar. Five Stops on Line 2, Ch 1: Qalb elouz
  • In like manner the commander of Fort Casimir, when he found his martial spirit waxing too hot within him, would sally forth into the fields and lay about him most lustily with his sabre; decapitating cabbages by platoons; hewing down lofty sunflowers, which he termed gigantic Swedes; and if, perchance, he espied a colony of big-bellied pumpkins quietly basking in the sun, "Ah! caitiff Yankees!" would he roar, "have I caught ye at last? Knickerbocker's History of New York, Complete
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