Synonyms for paunches
Antonyms for paunches
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PAUNCHES
Why can ruminating animals recover the food from their paunches?
We have put aside these paunches of the goats for our supper.
In the paunches of the cubs were pieces of skin from a seal.
In self-defense some of the guests began to rub their paunches.
All walking with hands laid heavily on their paunches, or where they used to be.
The Paunches of the Goats would make them an excellent Dish; they drest it in this manner.
Though they had nothing in their paunches but water yet they were all very fat.
Too many children become mere bourgeois ciphers with paunches and round 'O' minds full of tripe.
The chimpanzee vaunted a paunch, and we were devoutly getting done with paunches now, thank God.
Boiled (or raw) paunches make a splendid food for dogs, and have great nutritive value.
late 14c. (late 12c. in surnames), from Old French pance (Old North French panche) "belly, stomach," from Latin panticem (nominative pantex) "belly, bowels" (cf. Spanish panza, Italian pancia); possibly related to panus "swelling" (see panic (n.2)).