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Synonyms for belching

the forceful expulsion of something from inside

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Rates of moderate to severe belching were significantly improved with rifaximin at week 4 compared with placebo (14.
You still can see smoke belching vehicles running around the streets of Metro Manila and elsewhere.
If Enceladus weren't belching new ice particles, the E ring would probably have vanished long ago.
Upper GI symptoms like belching, nausea, and vomiting are not uncommon in athletes.
Poor manners - which is what belching amounts to - are a common cause of marital breakdown.
Scientists say that belching bovines are only part of the smog problem.
Today, mention diesel, and the first thing we usually think of is the smelly, particulate-laden exhaust fumes belching from trucks.
Upper gastrointestinal symptoms that can accompany running include heartburn, belching, nausea, bloating, and chest pain.
None of the villagers was prepared for the shocking event that occurred on that dreadful day the spoilers descended upon them, looking for all the world like monstrous beasts of prey, on their huge belching machines.
In Apes (all works 2001), the latest installation by the New York- and Zurich-based Swiss artist Olaf Breuning, the program of light and sound, which ranged from guttural humming tones to belching, was self-activated.
INDIGESTION, wind, belching, flatulence, heartburn, gastritis, ulcers and other similar digestive problems affect most of us at one time or another.
Shahed points to a picture of an urban bus belching noxious fumes and says that in America, "People have an experience like this stuck in their minds.
IAN WRIGHT gets the weekend off to a dubious start with coverage of the world's loudest belching competition.
If you feel like belching or vomiting at any time, um, like, whatever.
The "Black Country" (so-called because of the effect of the belching chimneys of the iron works in the early industrial revolution) refers to the cluster of towns immediately northwest of Birmingham.