Thesaurus / midriff

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If, however, the midriff contract so powerfully that the lower ribs are drawn inward, the abdominal walls follow them.

I gasped in sudden pain as the turnstile, still locked, pushed into my midriff.

The other is by the contraction and distention of the midriff or diaphragm.

He struck Apisaon son of Phausius in the liver below the midriff, and laid him low.

The chest is enlarged by the muscles of inspiration, the principal of which is the diaphragm or midriff.

All at once he felt that grip at his midriff, as of a tiny claw clutching and teasing.

Shadows of FlamesAmelie Rives

He sunk a left and a right to his adversary's midriff and heard Devil Chad's breath whistle out of his clenched lips.

The Spell of the White SturgeonJames Arthur Kjelgaard

He leaped forward, delivering a blow in the man's midriff with all the strength of his right arm.

In the postbaptismal anointing the oil was applied to the organs of sense, to the head, heart, and midriff.

Hilary straightened sharply, poked his finger at the midriff of the giant.

Slaves of MercuryNat Schachner

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