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The large man puffs himself out in his warm topcoat, which protuberates sensibly at the paunch.
Through the garden with lowered eyes, past a dour-looking priest with a small paunch.
THE JEWELS OF APTORSAMUEL R. DELANY
The dish suits it, for before long it has burrowed half-way into the succulent paunch.
MORE HUNTING WASPSJ. HENRI FABRE
A ten-year-old nephew rode behind him, with his short arms encircling his uncle's paunch.
Another, with ‘a fair round belly,’ no doubt, they dub Simon Paunch.
And the cook patted affectionately the little round paunch that marred the symmetry of his figure.
CORPORAL CAMERONRALPH CONNOR
That philosophy of the loose lip and the lax paunch is one for which I've always had an instinctive distrust.
TONO BUNGAYH. G. WELLS
For this object we always rode some miles away, threw a fresh deer-paunch on the ground, and trailed it after us by a long rope.
Paunch, pawnsh, or pnsh, n. the belly: the first and largest stomach of a ruminant.
They were arranged in the same manner as those of a pig; the paunch contained several cuttle-fishes partially digested.

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