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air one's paunch

Sl. to vomit. He got so nauseous that he spent much of the night airing his paunch.
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A PIOUS Person who had overcharged his paunch with dead bird by way of attesting his gratitude for escaping the many calamities which Heaven had sent upon others, fell asleep at table and dreamed.
 My skull thy pulpit, as my paunch thy shrine.
Then there came a gray friar, or minorite, with a good paunch upon him, walking slowly and looking about him with the air of a man who was at peace with himself and with all men.
Baynoe, however, found a piece of crab in one; but this might have got in accidentally, in the same manner as I have seen a caterpillar, in the midst of some lichen, in the paunch of a tortoise.
He carried his fat paunch with ostentation on his short legs, and during the time his gang infested the station spoke to no one but his nephew.
The revolutionist Nikita had pushed his way in front of Razumov, and faced him with his big, livid cheeks, his heavy paunch, bull neck, and enormous hands.
What between the buryin ground, the grocer's, the waggon-stables, and the paunch trade, the Marshalsea flies gets very large.
Not only will you burn the fat you can pinch around your paunch, but also visceral fat - the type you can't see on the inside of the body and far more dangerous.
5 letters DECOR DEPOT DOZED REMIT 3 letters APE AYE ERR EVE LYE MAY ROE SPA 4 letters DIED HASH ITCH MOOR MYNA REPS SAID USER 6 letters ARCHER ARISES DEFUSE DRAWER ELEVEN GARTER HASSLE PAUNCH PERIOD REASON REPEAT SACHET SENSOR SMUDGE ZIGZAG ZOOMED CRISS CROSS CRISS CROSS CRISS CROSS
Turns out I've got a bit of a paunch, to put it politely, which by coincidence was the subject of a phone-in the other day on the radio - the art of "paunch disguising" or how to cover up your belly.
7 THE Romans ate their own version of haggis made from chopped pork, egg yolks, pepper, lovage, ginger, suet, gravy, rue and oil, all cooked in the paunch of a sheep.
Following 24 hours of uncertainty, Europol has confirmed that the renowned Russian cyber-criminal known as Paunch has been arrested.
And what about the distinguished former BBC journalist John Sergeant, who with his wry sense of humour is quick to accept that he has a pronounced mid-life paunch and a less than classic profile.
I am not advocating that you intentionally attempt a paunch shot.
Briatore chose to cover his paunch with a T-shirt as he walked alongside a much younger and fitter friend.