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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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The Manchester band have confirmed a 20-date tour for November and December which will see them celebrate the 25th anniversary of Pills 'n' Thrills And Bellyaches.
So while the council bellyaches about making housing less expensive without any plan for the city as a whole, the district conspires to make housing costlier while gobbling up all available land for schools.
Featuring some excellent set pieces (including a roof-top pigeon culling and a discussion about 007 producer Chubby Broccoli) and a cracking soundtrack, it is, as the Happy Mondays put it, thrills, pills and bellyaches.
And, at last, I'll have a use for that Pills, Thrills and Bellyaches t-shirt I bought when I was 15, the last time Happy Mondays were at large.
When the White House bellyaches about Rush's talk-radio forum as mindless, or jokes that he is a racist, the Clintonites signal the marketplace that they, too, are among the enlightened few who know that middle-class attitudes are beyond the pale of decency.
Surgeons who complained that their salaries were not similar to their community peers needed only be reminded that the group's primary care doctors saw 50 bellyaches and heartburn cases before that one cholescytectomy was "presented" to the surgeon.
HAPPY MONDAYS The 24-hour party people hit Glasgow's O2 Academy to celebrate the 25th anniversary of their classic album Pills, Thrills and Bellyaches.
Whatever your opinion, it's inarguably 25 years since their Pills 'n'Thrills And Bellyaches album made Shaun and Bez household names.
Oakie produced the Mondays' Pills, Thrills 'n' Bellyaches album, and will DJ before the Mondays at the London festival.
Spills, stains and bellyaches ( Network Q estimates one in 50 cars suffer.