Bellied [verb]

Definition of Bellied:

billow out; bloat

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Sentence/Example of Bellied:

Myiodynastes luteiventris luteiventris Sclater: Sulfur-bellied Flycatcher.

As they went cutting sidewise through the water, the sails bellied taut, with the wind filling and overflowing them.

Calves thus brought up, have often proved light-bellied, indifferent feeders, and decidedly inferior animals.

I opened a big-bellied one indeed, and found it full of spawn.

The shad-bellied coat was bad enough—you could take that off, though—but there was something worse that stayed on.

Mrs. Rond lent me a huge-bellied stove, the fireplace no longer proving of comfort.

As the yellow-bellied woodpecker was the most abundant species in these woods, I attributed it to him.

Pot-bellied idols smirked in every corner; lion and tiger skins were spread on the floor.

After all, I ought to have scotched the rusty, red-bellied water-snake leering at me now.

"Good old tun-bellied divines," and others of the species, come in for their share of raillery.