noun, plural tum·mies. Informal.
- tummy tuck,
- tumor angiogenic factor,
- tumor antigen,
- tumor burden
Origin of tummy
Examples from the Web for tummy
The goal came off his tummy inside the Portuguese box, an apt way to score for a very gutsy player.Team USA 2, Portugal 2: Seconds Away From World Cup Glory|Tunku Varadarajan|June 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“I made a promise to my children when they were in my tummy that there is no way I could ever, ever, ever go back,” she had said.
Turns out a tummy may be more than just an obstacle to skinny jeans: Abdominal fat speeds up cellular aging.
She gave me a small pillow and instructed me to put it between my tummy and the seatbelt.
In fact, I thought my tummy looked kind of cute, and my ass felt—I never thought I'd use this word—perky.
When I drew the bayonet out the butt of my 'ipe would 'it a man behind me in the tummy.The Red Horizon|Patrick MacGill
They ain't no starvin' orphan child in Dawson that won't be wrappin' its tummy around eggs.Smoke Bellew|Jack London
What the devil was inside it, Brooker, when the shell-splinter hit you in the tummy and it saved your life?The Dop Doctor|Clotilde Inez Mary Graves
You wont have any room in your tummy for your picnic, and Huldah has packed an awful big one.Letty and the Twins|Helen Sherman Griffith
Oh for a thousandth-part of the unblushing impertinence of that countrywoman of mine who called your future king 'Tummy'!Penelope's English Experiences|Kate Douglas Wiggin
noun plural -mies
1867, infantile for stomach. Tummy-ache is attested from 1874.