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Synonyms for belt

Synonyms for belt

an act of drinking or the amount swallowed

to encircle with or as if with a band

to take into the mouth and swallow (a liquid)

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endless loop of flexible material between two rotating shafts or pulleys

an elongated region where a specific condition or characteristic is found

a vigorous blow

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a path or strip (as cut by one course of mowing)

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ammunition (usually of small caliber) loaded in flexible linked strips for use in a machine gun

the act of hitting vigorously

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sing loudly and forcefully

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deliver a blow to

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fasten with a belt

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References in classic literature ?
Then for the first time he noticed, just as he reached his master's house, that he had forgotten the belt which made him invisible.
Faith, the Commander-in-chief ought to be hanged in his own little sword- belt for makin' us work on wather.
He's fast still," he whispered to Dan, who slipped out his knife and cut the line, as Harvey flung the belt far overside.
The men obediently came out of the crowd and began taking off their belts.
Oh, we must give Ozma time to put on the Magic Belt," replied the girl.
Had you not lost your Magic Belt we might have some chance of defeating Ozma; but the Belt is gone.
He unfastened the belt and drew the pouch from its hiding place.
The anger of a wild animal was in his eyes; but he saw the white man's hand dropping to the pistol in his belt.
If I had my Magic Belt," replied Dorothy, thoughtfully, "it could do us a lot of good just now.
That belt is too tight; unfasten it, then you can take a long breath without panting so.
The only other weapon discovered was an undischarged revolver in the dead officer's belt.
We can't see it yet--the belt of birch running up from that little cove hides it.
The captain was looking at the guineas, and then at the belt, and then at the gentleman's face; and I thought he seemed excited.
He stood keeping hold of the hall porter's belt, and gazing into his face.
He makes incisions round them, or in technical phrase, belts them with his teeth, and when they fall, they naturally take the direction in which their trunks or branches preponderate.