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Meanings of Bellybuttons:

noun

A person's navel.

Bellyflop

ˈbel.iˌflɒp

Meanings of Bellyflop:

noun

An awkward jump into water in which a person's stomach hits the water

Meanings of Bellyful:

noun

A quantity of food sufficient to fill one's stomach; a sustaining meal.

Usage examples:

She wanted to take revenge on the villagers - snatch away their belongings, eat a bellyful of food,…

Meanings of Bellyfuls:

noun

A quantity of food sufficient to fill one's stomach; a sustaining meal.

Usage examples:

She wanted to take revenge on the villagers - snatch away their belongings, eat a bellyful of food,…

Meanings of Bellying:

verb

Swell or cause to swell.

Usage examples:

As she leaned forward her pullover bellied out
noun

The front part of the human trunk below the ribs, containing the stomach and bowels.

Usage examples:

His fat belly stuck out over his trousers

Meanings of Beloid:

adjective

Having a narrow, pointed, or tapering shape, or composed of parts having such a shape; specifically (a) anatomy †designating a styloid process (obsolete rare); (b) zoology (in radiolarians) designating a form of skeleton composed of disconnected spicules; (c) anthropology designating or exhibiting a shape of skull with a broad occiput and narrow frontal region.

Meanings of Belomancy:

noun

Divination by means of arrows.

Meanings of Belong:

verb

Be the property of.

Usage examples:

The vehicle did not belong to him

Belong to

bɪˈlɒŋ

Meanings of Belong to:

phrase

Be a part or adjunct

verb

To be in the right place, or (of a person) to feel that you are in the right place

Usage examples:

Your shoes belong in the closet, not in the middle of the room., tom, it’s great to see you on tv –…

Meanings of Belonged:

verb

Be the property of.

Usage examples:

The vehicle did not belong to him

Meanings of Belonger:

noun

A person who belongs to a group (without implication of greater than usual involvement or commitment).

Meanings of Belonging:

noun

An affinity for a place or situation.

Usage examples:

We feel a real sense of belonging
verb

Be the property of.

Usage examples:

The vehicle did not belong to him

Meanings of Belongings:

plural noun

A person's movable possessions.

Usage examples:

She didn't have much baggage with her as most of her belongings had been sent ahead by sea

Meanings of Belongs:

verb

Be the property of.

Usage examples:

The vehicle did not belong to him

Meanings of Belonite:

noun

A minute elongated or needle-shaped crystal.

Meanings of Belorussian:

noun

Former term for belarusian (adjective).

adjective

Another spelling of belarusian

Meanings of Belotte:

noun

Especially in france or french contexts: a card game related to klaberjass, typically played with a pack of 32 cards consisting of the seven to the ace of each suit, the object being to score points for various combinations and to win tricks.

Meanings of Belove:

verb

To love. frequently, and now usually, in passive, with by, of (formerly also † with).

Meanings of Beloved:

adjective

Dearly loved.

Usage examples:

His beloved son
noun

A much loved person.

Usage examples:

He watched his beloved from afar

Meanings of Below:

preposition

At a lower level or layer than.

Usage examples:

Just below the pocket was a stain
adverb

At a lower level or layer.

Usage examples:

He jumped from the window into the moat below

Meanings of Below-par:

adjective

Relating to a bond or share that sells at a price that is lower than the value shown on it

Usage examples:

If the bond is trading below par, the issuer is likely to repurchase it in the market., customers w…

Meanings of Below-someone:

idiom

Ignored or not noticed by someone or by people in general

Usage examples:

For the first 8 years of its existence, the band stayed largely beneath the radar., these are payme…

Meanings of Below-stairs:

idiom

In a large house, below stairs was the part of the house in which the servants worked and lived, and above stairs was the part in which the family of the owner of the house lived.

Meanings of Below-the-belt:

idiom

If a remark is below the belt, it is very insulting and unfair.

Meanings of Belowdecks:

adjective

Situated in the space below the main deck of a ship.

Usage examples:

The sleeping quarters were below decks
adverb

In or into the space below the main deck of a ship.

Usage examples:

Nuclear weapons stored below decks
plural noun

The space below the main deck of a ship.

Usage examples:

Her belowdecks were crammed with electronics

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