paunch


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paunch

1. another name for rumen
2. Nautical a thick mat that prevents chafing

paunch

[pȯnch]
(anatomy)
In colloquial usage, the cavity of the abdomen and its contents.
(vertebrate zoology)
References in classic literature ?
Then there came a gray friar, or minorite, with a good paunch upon him, walking slowly and looking about him with the air of a man who was at peace with himself and with all men.
Broner, now sporting paunch and drinking soda after the fight, turned serious and said he felt Thurman underestimated the 40-year-old boxing senator.
On the other hand, the Samsung Galaxy S10 features a slightly bigger 6.1-inch screen that has a paunch hole cut out at the front for a selfie camera.
Shots in the drumsticks and paunch are also fatal, or often debilitating, but following up properly is key to recovery.
Assays up to 5.98 g/t Gold at Paunch Area, Marudi Gold Project, Guyana
The actor, 80, revealed his paunch through his unbuttoned shirt as he watched the Los Angeles Lakers from courtside with family and friends.
Crowe, 53, was seen running errands with a big paunch and fuller face.
They always seemed to be populated by bald, pasty-faced middleaged blokes with an over-developed paunch and an undeveloped, er, physique.
How many edible kosher things can I fit into my belly so as to extend my paunch the way God intended?
30 but was hidden for a long time in a fold of one of its parents' bellies," the zoo said, referring to the fact that King penguins keep their eggs and young chicks warm by wedging them between their feet and their soft paunch.
The 24-year-old Ethiopian was mocked mercilessly and dubbed "Robel the Whale" after turning up for his 100m freestyle with a paunch hanging over his Speedos.
And this week he was in hog heaven, courtesy of a 'double bacon grenade deluxe' from, wait for it, Paunch Burger!