belch

Part of speech: verb

To eject noisily, as gas from the stomach; vomit; eject; come forth forcibly, as flame from a furnace.

Part of speech: noun

A belching; eructation.

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Usage examples "belch":

  1. Give up their sweet little volcano just as they are getting it trained not to belch forth fire? - "Dear Enemy", Jean Webster.
  2. Major Scuppernong, of North Carolina, and Captain Lamb, of Pennsylvania, turned simultaneously to the young gentleman who sat between them, and who had been introduced to them by General Belch as Mr. Newt, son of our old Tammany friend Boniface Newt, and said to him, with hysterical fervor, By G-, Sir! - "Trumps", George William Curtis.
  3. " Of course," said General Belch. - "Trumps", George William Curtis.