Antonyms for bellied

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He bellied cautiously inside and was met by a warning snarl from the she-wolf.

The tent rocked and bellied, bellied and flapped with reverberations like drum-beats.

We'd have butted against your radar and bellied into your control tower.

His arms seemed thin, and he had bellied, and was bowed and unsightly.

The sailors set the great lateen sails of the felucca, which bellied out like things leaping into life.

The wind was full on their starboard beam, the mainsail and yawl were bellied out, and the boat was driving straight for home.

A good breeze now bellied the sails, and almost immediately the morning darkness swallowed up the outline of the cabins.

And then they were in the tilting boat, racing before a wind which bellied the taut mains'l and drummed upon its canvas.

The sail flapped, bellied, flapped again, finally swung over to starboard.

The fishing-line was laid to dry, the sail was bellied out, and the boat ran swiftly on again before the brisk breeze.