Definition of 'bellied'
Example sentences containing 'bellied'
The wind tugged at the gold fringes and the silk bellied out, making a riveting splash of colour amongst the drab greys.THE WHITE DOVE (2001)
A line of grey sheets bellied from one of the galleries and the air smelt of filth, vomit, and rotting food.THE WHITE DOVE (2001)
He barked, shuddered so his fat rolled heavily around his body, and bellied down into the sand to draw some warmth from the sun.MINUTES TO BURN (2001)
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