verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
- belaya tserkov,
- belaying cleat,
- belaying pin,
- belaúnde terry, fernando,
Origin of belch
Examples from the Web for belcher
The hiring of Belcher itself was a strong indicator that the famously litigious Sterling was determined to go to court.Does Donald Sterling Have Dementia? And Does That Make Him Any Less of a Racist?|Robert Silverman|May 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Belcher was 25, his girlfriend Kasandra Perkins, 22, and they left behind a three-month-old-daughter.Football, Crime, and Allegations Against Aaron Hernandez|Ben Teitelbaum|June 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
This is my own pop psychology 101, but I will hazard a guess that Belcher would have beaten her to death instead, or stabbed her.
They depict Belcher not as what writers want him to be, but as he actually was.
(According to Sports Illustrated, Belcher owned eight of them, ranging from handguns to assault rifles).
The blue birds-eye is similar to the Belcher except in the centre.The Slang Dictionary|John Camden Hotten
He has eschewed the turf, relinquished Belcher neckcloths and Newmarket coats-dropped his old-bachelor acquaintances.What Will He Do With It, Complete|Edward Bulwer-Lytton
Mr. Belcher was afraid of Cavendish, as far as he could be afraid of any man.
About this time governor Belcher was recalled, and Mr. Shirley was appointed to succeed him.The Life of George Washington, Vol. 1 (of 5)|John Marshall
It may be a base thing for me to do, but I intended to deceive Mr. Belcher.
Word Origin for belch
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."