bellyful bellyful


  • (n) an undesirable overabundance


  1. As wartime chief of the Army Service Forces, General Brehon Burke Somervell handled the world's biggest supply problem, and got a bellyful of civilian gibes at Army red tape.
  2. For the second time in the South Pacific the Japs got a bellyful of surprise.
  3. They have had their bellyful of prestige and pink Tennessee marble.


  • Mancakes! 8 belly-busting pancakes for Father's Day

    Dads deserve breakfast in bed too. But forget all the froufrou stuff. Dads deserve a plateful -- and a bellyful -- of hearty breakfast fare. We rounded up some hunger-slaying favorites from the Los Angeles Times Test Kitchen.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Los Angeles Times

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  1. Last year Ramsay told a British interviewer: "I've had a bellyful of the French coming over here and telling us how shit our food is. We have cheese on toast, they have croque-monsieur. They just have posher names."
    on Mar 21, 2008 By: Gordon Ramsay Source:

  2. "The American public is going to get a bellyful of it really quick," McClintock said. "We're going to need strong voices in the loyal opposition."
    on Nov 1, 2008 By: Tom McClintock Source: San Jose Mercury News

  3. President Gerald Ford said, "The three-martini lunch is the epitome of American efficiency. Where else can you get an earful, a bellyful and a snootful at the same time?"
    on Dec 2, 2004 By: Gerald Ford Source: San Francisco Chronicle

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