- as much as one wants or can eat
- (slang) more than one can tolerate
Example Sentences Including 'bellyful'
' The loss has ignited a bellyful of fire for SA's male and female teams contesting the Australia Cup in Melbourne.
The Advertiser, Sunday Mail (2004)
All that sweet fruity stuff sloshing around in a bellyful of bitter, little wonder my liver called it a day.
THE MAN WHO HATED FOOTBALL (2004)
As he stepped into the cold street he brought up a bellyful of gas.
Forests of the Night
Except that Knopfler's recent track record gives the lie to the image of the fatted rock relic patting a bellyful of past glories.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
She was a Siamese, born to be sleekly elegant, and here she was, weighed down by this swollen bellyful of kittens.
NOTHING TO WEAR AND NOWHERE TO HIDE: A Collection of Short Stories
The Pars must have been praying Larsson had suffered a bellyful of football after spending the summer at the World Cup Finals.
Sun, News of the World (2002)
We got home with a bellyful and the next morning we weren't sharp.
Edmonton Sun (2003)
`I had a bellyful of the American public school system, Doctor.
A Means to Evil
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