An organ in animals that stores food in the process of digestion. (noun)
The belly. (noun)
Pride, haughtiness. (noun)
Desire, appetite (for something abstract). (noun)
To be able to tolerate (something), emotionally, physically, or mentally; to be able to stand or handle something. (verb)
To be angry. (verb)
Examples of word stomach
We notice catarrh of the stomach, ulcerative gastritis, to which patients often succumb after twenty-five years of _bad stomach_; these are the
I was then taken to a doctor, who at once requested me to stop working, and to take a _complete rest_, but not for the stomach, as he prescribed a severe and exacting master to stimulate the _tired and overworked stomach_ to _renewed life_, and so give the nerves plenty of pure food, as they were in need of same.
If the fainting have been caused by _disordered stomach_, it may be necessary to stop the supplies, and give the stomach, for a day or two, but little to do; a fast will frequently prevent the necessity of giving medicine.
A tube feeding into the stomach is a gastrostomy tube, or G-tube; a tube feeding into the intestines is a gastrojejunostomy tube, or GJ-tube.
I had the clam chowder & found it delicious â€¦ I did not get sick and normally my stomach is the first to react!