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in/at the pit of your stomach

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin/at the pit of your stomachin/at the pit of your stomachEMOTIONALif you have a feeling in the pit of your stomach, you have a sick or tight feeling in your stomach, usually because you are nervous or afraid I had a feeling in the pit of my stomach that something terrible was going to happen. pit
Examples from the Corpus
in/at the pit of your stomachHe was developing a peculiar feeling in the pit of his stomach; a feeling beyond sickness, beyond shock.She watched as he crossed the meadow and felt the familiar jolt in the pit of her stomach as he came near.When that first cup of coffee was finished, a ball of fear nestled in the pit of my stomach.She closed her eyes for a moment, fighting the tremor that began somewhere in the pit of her stomach.Now suddenly she could feel the pleasure such imaginings had aroused uncurling in a warm spiral in the pit of her stomach.I felt a twinge in the pit of my stomach.
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