bellyache

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bellyache

(ˈbɛli ek)
1. n. a stomachache. Oh, mama, do I have a bellyache!
2. in. to complain. You are always bellyaching!

Quit your bellyaching!

imperative Stop complaining! You’ve been bitching all day! Quit your bellyaching!
See also: quit
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All the political bellyaching in the world will not hide the situation now.
They could spend endless meeting time bellyaching about the issues, but the three-month deadline - not a lot of time to redesign the system and present it for approval - was non-negotiable.
Needless to say, minority entrepreneurs who support the micro movement aren't merely bellyaching about the paltry 5% to 10% set-asides pecked over by African American, Latino, Asian, Native American and white women business owners.
I am sick and tired of the bellyaching, ungrateful citizens of Worcester.
PRINCE Andrew was out of order bellyaching because two police officers challenged him for his identity in the grounds of Buckingham Palace.
WORLD Cup egg is all over our faces but there's no point in bellyaching about it now.
THE coalition government has been in power for just nine weeks and already Labour die-hards are bellyaching as usual.
Neville says: "I got all the flak and bellyaching for something I had nothing to do with.
TWIN KILLINGS: We've heard the bellyaching of actresses who say there's nothing left for them on screen once they hit the big 40 (or is it now the big 35?
It's not a competition, so why all the bellyaching from the other contestants?
STILL can't believe all the bellyaching over who Rafael Benitez has brought into the club.
I hope there will be no bellyaching from Pond House about this as clearly they are banged to rights.
Time they either sewed up his stomach or better yet his mouth to stop him bellyaching about a self- inflicted habit.
And instead of bellyaching about the fact they won't be invited to the glitzy awards ceremony, the actors might like to reflect on the fact that maybe they just weren't good enough to be nominated.
Kissinger didn't take such an indulgent view of security lapses during his service in the Nixon administration, where his constant bellyaching about leaks was one of the main reasons the White House Plumbers were formed.