One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
See beer belly
- ‘The sheriff was a big beer-bellied type displaced Texan, and was all haughty for having brought us in.’
- ‘If you're missing one of two beer-bellied drunkards that had a big night at Banbury Cross in Northriding last night, worry no more.’
- ‘There across the room, just past the beer-bellied former jocks and the rich former nerds, I spied a poised, graceful woman with flowing red hair and laughing green eyes.’
- ‘Hillary, what is it with these beer-bellied old geezers?’
- ‘Three young ladies who looked less than pleased to be talking to two middle-aged, beer-bellied sailors, but their good manners keeping them where they stood.’
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