Synonyms of 'paunch'
a protruding belly or abdomenHe was developing a paunch.
The dog rolled onto its back so its belly could be scratched.
He's already developing a pot from all the beer he drinks.
middle-age spread (informal), ,
muffin top (informal),
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in the sense of corporation
a large paunch
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