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paunch

(pônch, pänch)
n.
1. The belly, especially a protruding one; a potbelly.
2. See rumen.

paunch

(1) A popular term dignifying the anterior panniculus of androgenic (male-pattern) obesity.
(2) Rumen, the first and largest of the ruminant stomachs.

paunch

see rumen.
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Turns out I've got a bit of a paunch, to put it politely, which by coincidence was the subject of a phone-in the other day on the radio - the art of "paunch disguising" or how to cover up your belly.
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While I can accept a moderate paunch I cannot abide having moobs, especially when they're visible beneath my t-shirt.
First crushes were re-ignited, despite the odd wrinkle and paunch, and grown women launched themselves at their heroes when they made their way through the crowd, the Backstreet Boys at one point picking a girl each to serenade on stage.
But this nubile woman is embracing a future of geriatric male hairy ear holes, nasal hair pruning, constant look-outs for urinals ("the old bladder is less ticketty-boo these days"), a paunch suspended over Gandhi legs and imploding face that will turn Roache into a Yassar Arafat look-alike.
LOCAL RUN They''re everywhere no matter where You look, On roads and paths, in parks, passing your Window as you cook, Fair wind, or foul, itching oppressive heat They rumble along, Heart pounding, perspiring, heading out to Nowhere, and back - road long, The designer clan, in pairs, his and hers Looking to catch the eye, The more senior, trying to keep fit, and Diminish the paunch they try, Joggers trundling the pavements, mind Elsewhere, no time to talk Beware pedestrians as they bear down On you as you walk, A breed apart, exercise and fitness, leaner, Sweating off the pounds, To be admired?