To STO’MACH. v.a.

To STO'MACH. v.a.

To STO’MACH. v.a. [stomachor, Latin.] To resent; to
Remember with anger and malignity.
Believe not all; or, if you must believe,
Stomach not all. Shakesp. Ant. and Cleopatra.
Jonathan loved David, and the people applauded him,; only
Saul stomached him, and therefore hated him. Hall’s Contemp.
The lion began to shew his teeth, and to stomach the af-
front.  L’Estrange’s Fables.

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