Definition of bellyacher in English:

bellyacher

noun

informal
  • See bellyache

    • ‘Humour is rarely absent from proceedings - though don't go looking for end-of-the-pier bellyachers.’
    • ‘The working masochists came off as bellyachers and had a penchant for making people listen to their workplace war stories.’
    • ‘Margaret Thatcher was a famous bellyacher about the BBC and never more than when the imperial adventure on the Falklands was under scrutiny.’
    • ‘The contractors I spoke with in Prince George, as in most cases, are not bellyachers.’
    • ‘Played by Alexa Vega, her Julie comes across as a self-obsessed bellyacher who's as sharp as a mouse's belly.’

Pronunciation

bellyacher

/ˈbɛlɪeɪkə/