Example: “The same poli from the boardwalk—Officer Mustache—hitched his belt up under his chubby belly and approached the scene.”
One more notch Ill take my belt up, and after that you watch me toddle for that Paradise ahead.
Simon gave me a little more of his meal this morning, and went without himself: I took my belt up three holes to relieve hunger.
They laughed at his notion of it, and Seth Barker sympathetically pegged his belt up one.
He had a peculiar habit of pulling his belt up to the last notch and letting it out again while talking.
He stood up rather stiffly, drew his belt up over his rounded paunch.
She threatens periodically to burn the belt up and throw the old rifles out of the house.
But at the time that he was firing the gun, a possibility from his belt up.
To hold one's peace; be quiet; shut up: Maybe he can get Pauline Kael to belt up once in a while (chiefly British 1930s+ air force)