Definition of stomach :
A compilation of statutes or decisions analytically arranged. The term is applied in a general sense to the Pandects of Justinian ( see Pandect), but is also specially given by authors to compilations of laws on particular topics; a summary of laws; as, Comyn's Digest; the United States Digest.
go, offer, hurt, meet, jut, appetite, tum, pay, conduct, back, carry, patronage, fend for, back up, bear out, live, put forward, give birth, post, live on, birth, lose, breadbasket, bear, have, have a bun in the oven, remain firm, fend, house, expect, sustain, endorse, plump for, patronize, die hard, leap out, brave out, abdominal cavity, take over, resist, hold up, subscribe, condense, plunk for, jut out, taste, substantiate, behave, run, jump out, bide, stick out, brave, ache, weather, permit, concentrate, underpin, confirm, desire, stand out, hunger, place upright, suffer, defend, stand, stand up, nominate, endure, allow, domiciliate, last, provide, set up, hold out, put-up, yield, indorse, rear, abdomen, persist, turn out, bay window, survive, paunch, deliver, contain, project, comport, stay, digest, hold, thirst, tin, support, wear, venter, acquit, protrude, deport, gestate, erect, jump, tummy, assume, raise, corroborate, affirm, tolerate, keep going, get, contribute, brook, corporation, potbelly, patronise, prevail, accept, abide
container (part of speech: noun)
suitcase, container, bladder, pouch, ladle, locker, drum, bottle, bucket, tray, holder, sack, crate, bowl, shelf, vault, box, trunk, wallet, receptacle, cup, purse, bin, tank, can, cabinet, chest, storage, flask, belly, jar, repository, reservoir, pot, pocket, cupboard, drawer, decanter, bag, closet, barrel, case, jug, vat, basket, cask
- " I shouldn't dare to on an empty stomach. - "The Ancient Law", Ellen Glasgow.
- Can you tell by your stomach? - "Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue in the Big Woods", Laura Lee Hope.
- After a long imprisonment I could not trust my stomach, and I had to make a speech. - "Prisoner for Blasphemy", G. W. [George William] Foote.