Bellycheer

Bel'ly·cheer` noun [ Perh. from French belle chère .] Good cheer; viands. [ Obsolete] ' Bellycheer and banquets.' Rowlands. 'Loaves and bellycheer .' Milton.
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Bellycheer

• (v. i.) To revel; to feast. • (n.) Good cheer; viands.
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bellycheer

bellycheer The gratification of a prodigious appetite.
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