noun, plural bel·ly·fuls. Informal.

  1. all that a person can tolerate: I’ve had a bellyful of your whining.


  1. as much as one wants or can eat
  2. slang more than one can tolerate

figuratively, “enough and more,” 1530s, from belly (n.) + -ful. Older than the literal sense (1570s).

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