(tr, adverb) informal to sing loudly or emit (sound, esp pop music) loudly: a jukebox belting out the latest hits
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How to use belt out in a sentence
I get into certain modes of speaking, hand-gestures, a singular song that I belt out at home all day long.
Tweenage fans still gleefully belt out every one of his inescapable radio hits, unfazed by his drug-loving ways.
Here at last was an opportunity to belt out some of the old, much-cherished Tory tunes.
Snuffling into the phone, de Lesseps offered to belt out a few verses of her upcoming single, "Money Can't Buy You Class."
Carefully drawing the shades of the windows, Fernald emptied the pockets of the belt out onto the tablecloth.The Ranger Boys and the Border Smugglers | Claude A. Labelle
The company was a blue-chip mining operation working the beryllium-rich asteroid belt out of San Francisco.The Love of Frank Nineteen | David Carpenter Knight
Parks took the bottle, opened it, and took a good belt out of it.The Man Who Hated Mars | Gordon Randall Garrett
After a while she lifted her head, and, turning very slowly, stared at the fog-belt out of frightened eyes.The Slayer Of souls | Robert Chambers
We fixed up a wheel for the other end and made a belt out of rawhide to turn the thing by hand until we got the shafting turned.Then and Now | Robert Vaughn
Other Idioms and Phrases with belt out
Knock unconscious; beat up, trounce; murder. For example, The police officer was accused of belting out the teenager before taking him to the station, or The hold-up man belted out the storekeeper and fled with the money. This expression originated in boxing. [Slang; c. 1940]
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