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Spell check of stomach

Correct spelling: stomach

Synonyms:
storage, jut out, tolerate, turn out, stand, get, support, bucket, give birth, come up, pocket, accept, indorse, body, basket, tin, tummy, reservoir, jump, disgorge, receptacle, flask, detest, comport, protrude, patronise, sack, bide, offer, back up, rear, jug, raise, decanter, wear, tray, fend, chuck up, plump for, run, substantiate, suitcase, lose, bag, bin, die hard, place upright, hurt, yield, chest, conduct, erect, belly, hunger, defend, concentrate, permit, corroborate, breadbasket, prevail, survive, airsick, pay, last, jump out, taste, purse, carsick, container, abdominal cavity, desire, take over, flank, bilious, hold out, behave, tum, hold, hate, expect, brave, carry, endorse, can, digest, potbelly, underpin, hold up, deport, ladle, stick out, back, bowl, bear, condense, cask, stay, repository, keep going, gut, cloy, locker, fend for, stand up, vat, girth, emptiness, persist, brave out, dislike, cupboard, acquit, bile, vault, case, provide, have a bun in the oven, bloated, bay window, patronize, put-up, alimentary canal, abdominal, nominate, despise, appendix, abdomen, cup, set up, tank, venter, meet, contain, bottle, weather, thirst, suffer, bear out, box, domiciliate, go, abide, front, allow, endure, munchies, affirm, bring up, project, holder, house, closet, belly button, ache, have, pouch, sustain, heart, resist, appetite, assume, subscribe, patronage, remain firm, put forward, bladder, corporation, gestate, famishment, deliver, wallet, birth, cabinet, live on, contribute, crate, barrel, jar, confirm, deplore, jut, post, shelf, trunk, drum, plunk for, abominate, loathe, bile duct, live, leap out, solar plexus, stand out, paunch, drawer, brook, abhor.

Antonyms:
glut, surfeit, satisfaction, repletion, fullness, repleteness, inappetence, fill, satiety, satiation.

Examples of usage:

1) Furthermore, with a full stomach, and Mr. Whitney as a warm friend at hand, I was indifferent. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

2) He might arrive at any moment, and Marston wanted his breakfast before listening to good news, for it would sound better upon a full stomach. - "The Man from Jericho", Edwin Carlile Litsey.

3) It was not so bad, after all; not nearly so bad as this pain in my stomach. - "Contemporary One-Act Plays Compiler: B. Roland Lewis", Sir James M. Barrie George Middleton Althea Thurston Percy Mackaye Lady Augusta Gregor Eugene Pillot Anton Tchekov Bosworth Crocker Alfred Kreymborg Paul Greene Arthur Hopkins Paul Hervieu Jeannette Marks Oscar M. Wolff David Pinski Beulah Bornstead Herma.

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