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air (one's) paunch

slang To vomit. When I had the flu, I spent most of the time airing my paunch.
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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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Likewise, only He could have decreed that the same 7ft freaks assisted by short-necked men with cro-magnon skulls and Homer Simpson paunches would be made to form a tunnel thereby creating more confusion in once again trying to give the ball to the same backs as described previously.
AL MICHAELS: "The only sure bet in wrestling is that two sumo wrestlers are going to roll with the paunches."
With their straggly hair, paunches and silly moustaches Aramis, Porthos, Athos and D'Artagnan look like a Spinal Tap comeback tour.
Now 30 years later we were gathered on a boat, gray haired, some of us with paunches and a few wrinkles.
Silver heads darkened, ebbing hairlines filled in, paunches flattened, stoops straightened, crow's feet pulled taut.
Hastily tucking in their paunches, they trooped round, only to discover that, in Scotland, "hen" can also mean "little old lady".