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the front or under part of a vertebrate body from the breastbone to the pelvis, containing the abdominal viscera; the abdomen. the stomach with its adjuncts. appetite or capacity for food; gluttony. the womb. the inside or interior of anything: the belly of a ship. a protuberant or bulging surface of anything: the belly of […]
any barely drinkable liquid or beverage, as inferior soda, beer, coffee, or soup.
belly-crunch Nonessential elements, esp when impressive and decorative; frills: the latest ”bells and whistles,” as high-tech frills are called/ you strip away the technological bells and whistles Accessories and accoutrements, esp of the flashier sort; refinements; adornments; finishing touches: Maserati, with all the bells and whistles (1970s+)