Word "BELCH" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a reflex that expels gas noisily from the stomach through the mouth
Synonyms:
belching, burp, burping, eructation

Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
expel gas from the stomach
Synonyms:
bubble, burp, eruct

Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
become active and spew forth lava and rocks
Synonyms:
erupt, extravasate

Crossword Clues for BELCH

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Clue Source Date
Dinner table no-no Wall Street Journal 25 Jul 2022
Expression of postprandial satisfaction for Shakespearean character The Guardian Cryptic 27 May 2022
Something that might come up after a big meal? New York Times 23 Sep 2021
Impolite exhalation Newsday 05 Aug 2021
Expel (smoke) forcefully The Times Concise 22 Jun 2020
Restaurant rudeness Wall Street Journal 16 May 2019
Restaurant rudeness
Dinner table no-no Newsday 13 Dec 2018
Come out quickly Newsday 18 Aug 2018
'Excuse me' antecedent Wall Street Journal 05 Jul 2018
"Excuse me" antecedent
Shakespeare's Sir Toby USA Today 07 Nov 2017
Expel the Spanish in Belgium and Switzerland The Telegraph Cryptic 25 May 2017
Shakespeare's Sir Toby
Big burp Eugene Sheffer 10 Mar 2016
Gush forth LA Times Daily 19 Dec 2015
Rude burp Eugene Sheffer 09 Dec 2015
Impolite interruption Thomas Joseph 03 Oct 2015
Be forcibly expelled as ringer, leaving a large church The Times Cryptic 02 Jul 2015
Gush forth
Gush forth, as chimney smoke
Dinner table no-no
Gas outlet?
Impolite interruption
Emit, as from a smoke stack
Sir Toby of "Twelfth Night"
After-dinner report?
Sir Toby of "Twelfth Night"
Big no-no at the dinner table
Shakespeare's Sir Toby
Shakespeare's Sir Toby
Sir Toby of "Twelfth Night"
Post-meal sign of appreciation, in some cultures
Sir Toby of "Twelfth Night"
Have an eruction
Shakespeare's Sir Toby ___
"Twelfth Night" character
Bit of beer-drinking boorishness
Bit of beer-drinking boorishness
Garfield comment?
"Twelfth Night" character
"Twelfth Night" character
Sir Toby of "Twelfth Night"
Gush forth
Miss Manners gives it a thumbs down
Sir Toby of "Twelfth Night"
"Twelfth Night" knight
Burst forth
Burst forth
Gush forth
"Twelfth Night" knight
Eject spasmodically
Shakespeare's Sir Toby
Sir Toby, of "Twelfth Night"
After-dinner speech?
Gush
"Excuse me" preceder, maybe
Eject violently
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