paunch / pɔntʃ, pɑntʃ /


paunch 的定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. a large and protruding belly; potbelly.
  2. the belly or abdomen.
  3. the rumen.

paunch 近义词

n. 名词 noun

large stomach

paunch 的近义词 9
paunch 的反义词 1


  1. Hart's the good ol' boy type: wife, kids, mistress, no-nonsense demeanor, the beginnings of a paunch.
  2. Prince Albert, Tony Soprano, and Bill Clinton were all known for theirs: the power paunch.
  3. Historical novelist Lucinda Brant pinpoints the 18th century as the golden age of the power paunch.
  4. Having yourself immortalized with a paunch indicated you were wealthy/held high office/were involved in derring-do.
  5. The true paunch is reserved for men of power at the height of their power.
  6. The large man puffs himself out in his warm topcoat, which protuberates sensibly at the paunch.
  7. Through the garden with lowered eyes, past a dour-looking priest with a small paunch.
  8. The dish suits it, for before long it has burrowed half-way into the succulent paunch.
  9. A ten-year-old nephew rode behind him, with his short arms encircling his uncle's paunch.
  10. Another, with ‘a fair round belly,’ no doubt, they dub Simon Paunch.