He suppressed a belch and then looked up at her with a mischievous grin.
Indeed, very few of us escape an occasional desire to belch after a hearty meal.
Dont put your elbows on the table, or belch as if you had a bean in your throat.
We were never permitted on these hills, but we had seen them belch fire many a time as the German airplanes came over the city.
The reality was no more voluptuous than a belch or a kick under the ribs.
If it should begin to belch flame just as we got to the middle, what would you do?
You accuse me of being indecent just because I say: 'I belch it from you'!
If they come near the pool, he certainly will belch forth poisonous breath and they will die at once.
A belch of lava is thrown up here and there to the height of five or six feet, and falls back upon the crust.
For they belch up a certain breath wherewith they bewitch whomsoever they list.
Old English bealcan "bring up wind from the stomach," also "swell, heave," of echoic origin (cf. Dutch balken "to bray, shout"). Extended to volcanoes, cannons, etc. 1570s. Related: Belched; belching. As a noun, recorded from 1510s. It is recorded in 1706 as a slang noun meaning "poor beer."
v. belched, belch·ing, belch·es
To expel stomach gas noisily through the mouth; burp.