bellying bellying


  • (adj) curving outward


  1. Even a former subsidiary of Lehman Brothers, which helped underwrite the subprime toxic loans, is bellying up to the bar, the report said.
  2. For the weary battalions of Marines bellying through the chunks of rubble, progress was slow and costly in lives.
  3. Bag after bellying bag poured out its load in a white cascade.


  • Elmo Powwow celebrates through the summer heat

    ELMO — The temperature was nearing 100 degrees last weekend, but it did not hold back the earnest powwow goers at the 34th Annual Standing Arrow Celebration. Folks were found setting up chairs and “bellying up” to the circle and drums around the 180-foot arbor.
    on July 26, 2013     Source: Char-Koosta News

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amiable amiable
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