Bel"ly*cheer` (?), n. [Perh. from F. belle chere.]

Good cheer; viands.

[Obs.] "Bellycheer and banquets." Rowlands. "Loaves and bellycheer." Milton.

 

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Bel"ly*cheer`, v. i.

To revel; to feast.

[Obs.]

A pack of clergymen [assembled] by themselves to bellycheer in their presumptuous Sion. Milton.

 

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