Definition of Belched

1. Verb. (past of belch) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Belched

1. belch [v] - See also: belch

Lexicographical Neighbors of Belched

belave
belaved
belaves
belaving
belawgive
belay
belay my last
belayed
belayer
belayers
belaying
belaying pin
belaying pins
belays
belch
belched (current term)
belcher
belchers
belches
belching
belchingly
belchy
beldam
beldam beldame
beldame
beldames
beldams
belead
beleaguer
beleaguered

Literary usage of Belched

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town by Cory Doctorow (2006)
"Kurt belched loudly, provoking a scowl from the Greek. 1 he Waldos all Showed Up in a bunch, with plastic brown liter bottles filled with murky homemade ..."

2. Ingulph's Chronicle of the Abbey of Croyland: With the Continuations by by Ingulph, Peter (1893)
"It was for this reason that the following Elegiac line was composed with reference to her :— belched forth his spirit at ..."

3. Notes, Explanatory and Practical, on the Book of Revelation by Albert Barnes (1856)
"The precise era of the invention and application of gunpowder is involved in doubtful traditions веет, if the cause were not known, that the horses belched ..."

4. Philadelphia's Architecture by William F. Gray (1915)
"... the Arcade or museum at Sixth and Chestnut Streets, the water works in Centre Square, which belched forth smoke from the summit of its squat dome and a ..."

5. Lectures to general practitioners on the diseases of the stomach and by Boardman Reed (1904)
"belched Gas often from the Intestines.—It is quite demonstrable, however, that the gases so copiously produced by fer- ..."

6. Investigation of the professed and general principles of exposition of by Scrutator (1847)
"... which first belched it forth ; and to which it belongs under Patronage of the Devil, the beguiling Traitor and the wilful Liar from the beginning. ..."

7. Authoritative Christianity: The First Ecumenical Council ... which was Held by James Chrystal (1891)
"In the same Dissertation I have shown that ancient writers take the words of Psalm xliv., i, in the Septuagint Version, to mean that the Father "belched" ..."

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