stomach


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sick, sleepy, eagerly hungry, pain in the stomach, then ravenous again, then sick, then lunatic, then crying, then ravenous again, and so every quarter of an hour, and my strength wasted exceedingly; at night I lay me down, having no comfort but in the hope that I should die before morning.
We could not properly begin a pleasure excursion on Sunday; we could not offer untried stomachs to so pitiless a sea as that.
Then I'll tell you something I can't stomach any more.
I will give no Word; but what is in thy stomach to do when the dhole come?
We gave a bound and a rush, and in another second we were all down on our stomachs sucking up the uninviting fluid as though it were nectar fit for the gods.
We are but the veriest, sorriest slaves of our stomach.
Danglars, who really began to experience sundry gnawings at the stomach, arose softly, again applied his eye to the crack of the door, and recognized the intelligent countenance of his guide.
A hungry wolf sprang out, and swallowed up the whole stomach, with Tom in it, at one gulp, and ran away.
The rotundity of the stomach indicated the ambition of its possessor.
For he knew that there, floating in the blue above him, was meat, the meat his stomach yearned after so insistently.
To Tarzan this was a less arduous labor than to Tantor, for Tarzan's stomach was smaller, and being omnivorous, food was less difficult to obtain.
I honour the refractory, fastidious tongues and stomachs, which have learned to say "I" and "Yea" and "Nay.