belch[ belch ]SEE DEFINITION OF belch
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BELCH
Yet I am convinced that the dragons do not belch out the thunder.
Dont put your elbows on the table, or belch as if you had a bean in your throat.
If it should begin to belch flame just as we got to the middle, what would you do?
Whoe'er in peace thou kissest, sickens at that belch of thine.
The reality was no more voluptuous than a belch or a kick under the ribs.
As he did so, Wyeth heard him belch slightly, as if decided.
I'm in command, and my every word, my every belch, has got to be law.
Why should we leave it sound to belch its shot, mayhap, on English craft some day?
You accuse me of being indecent just because I say: 'I belch it from you'!
A belch of lava is thrown up here and there to the height of five or six feet, and falls back upon the crust.