Idiom: Cast iron stomach
Meaning: A person with a cast iron stomach can eat or drink anything without any ill effects.Country: International English | Subject Area: Body and bodily functions | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Cast your mind back
- Cast doubt on
- Die is cast
- Iron fist
- Butterflies in your stomach
- Cast pearls before swine
- Cast your net widely
- Your belly button is bigger than your stomach
- Eyes are bigger than one's stomach
- Cast sheep's eyes at
- Strike while the iron is hot
- Cast aspersion
- Talk the legs off an iron pot
- Iron in the fire
- Cast your eye over
- Cast a long shadow
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