verb (used without object), bel·ly·ached, bel·ly·ach·ing.
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OTHER WORDS FROM bellyachebel·ly·ach·er, noun
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Example sentences from the Web for bellyache
Well Andy Rooney did and nearly gave himself a bellyache over the results.
Thees yer bellyache what thins me every summer an' wears a fellow out, don't come from nothing but tearing about then.A Poor Man's House|Stephen Sydney Reynolds
He is the soothing slumber, he is the soul awake, he is the big cucumber, that gives us the bellyache.Rippling Rhymes|Walt Mason
Do not drink large quantities of cold spring water when heated,—it will give you a very bad bellyache.Manual of Military Training|James A. Moss
"Well, I'm not a nuisance yet with rheumatics and bellyache," observed Lady Crowborough.Thorley Weir|E. F. (Edward Frederic) Benson
One day when visiting his sick wife I remembered the old story of his bellyache, and wanted to know how it then was.