Examples of paunch in a Sentence
He sat with his hands folded over his paunch.
He used to be very thin but now he has a slight paunch.
Recent Examples of paunch from the Web
After five movies, the T. rex now evokes the soulful pathos of seeing a once-beloved action star trying to keep up with the new kids, but with a little too much paunch.
Why not kill two of these annoying-ass birds with one stone by making some friends and staving off that postgrad paunch at the same time?
The burly mustachioed butcher had his bloody apron tied tightly over his paunch and was standing in the doorway, inadvertently blocking my way in.
Joe wears a thin shirt streaked with three different colors of spills and shorts that sit under his paunch of a belly.
Hall, 53, is a soft-spoken snow-removal worker with a slight paunch, a salt-and-pepper beard and a matched set of .45 caliber pistols.
During a concert in Nashville, Mr. Yow made a mock apology to the audience about his paunch, then executed some sit-ups mid-song.
After years of rigorous weight training, plenty of former athletes end their playing days and subsequently let their once steely cores morph into paunches and their rock-hard biceps atrophy into flab.
Unlike Parisian pooches though, one distinguishing characteristic about Philly pooches is their unmistakable paunches.
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PAUNCH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of paunch for English Language Learners
: a belly that sticks out especially on a man : a fat stomach
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