bellyache bellyache  /ˈbɛ li ˌeɪk/


  1. (n) an ache localized in the stomach or abdominal region
  2. (v) complain


  1. You can bellyache all you want, public: it's still going to be in the record book.
  2. Finally, after stuffing himself, was taken with violent bellyache, was rushed to a hospital.
  3. The bellyache came and passed the labor lasted not even an hour and she called the baby Aisha.


  • Movie review: 'This Is the End' a perfect blend of comedy and horror

    It’s not too often that you get a bunch of well-known, not quite A-list actors playing themselves in a movie. This movie is brimming with them. It’s probably less often that you get a film that’s so funny and at the same time so dark. This one reaches bellyache-inducing heights of wild comedy and digs deep into the depths of pure horror.  
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Canton Repository


  1. "It had a few rotations on it but anyone can do it, it's not that hard," Inglis said. "I've been mucking around doing it in training for a while. Then Bellyache [Bellamy] pulled me aside and said, 'Hey, do you want to do it in a game?'. I...
    on Oct 4, 2007 By: Greg Inglis Source: Brisbane Times

  2. "It was the lowest feeling ever. I didn't know what to do after the game," Gallen said. "I actually spoke to Bellyache (Craig Bellamy) after the game by myself and thanked him for the experience and said I hoped he stuck around next year. I...
    on Jul 5, 2008 By: Paul Gallen Source: Melbourne Herald Sun

  3. "I'm not too sure where he's coming from there. I don't remember anything he sort of said to me or anything like that : I didn't really have too much of a conversation with Bellyache," said Slater before joking: "Maybe he's just trying to...
    on May 19, 2009 By: Billy Slater Source: League HQ

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