flatulent flatulent  /f ˈlæ tʃə lənt/


  1. (adj) generating excessive gas in the alimentary canal
  2. (adj) suffering from excessive gas in the alimentary canal


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  1. Wiset flicks a switch and the two-stroke engine explodes into life with a flatulent blast, filling the immediate vicinity with evil blue fumes.
  2. And each film has at least one shining moment, whether it be flatulent cowboys or synchronized-swimming nuns.
  3. But it gives us a full helping of backstage gossip, from a drunken, amorous Richard Burton to an explosively flatulent Rex Harrison.


  • Rogue Legacy stars knights with different (dis)abilities, out now on PC

    No name says "knight in shining armor" quite like "Lady Jojobo The Flatulent Dwarf Mage." Surely "Lady Jojobo The Short, Gassy Witch" doesn't have the same ring to it. She's one of many heroes in Rogue Legacy that suffer from different debilitating issues, such as Sir John The Near-Sighted Knight and Sir Dude The Giant Colorblind Ninja (we're not sure which of those last descriptors is meant to ...
    on June 28, 2013     Source: Joystiq


  1. "Rhetoric is not enough. High flatulent language is not enough," says Edwards from a debate appearance.
    on Jun 4, 2008 By: John Edwards Source: Wall Street Journal Blogs (blog)

  2. "It's a classic with beans, supposedly anti-flatulent," says Grigson helpfully.
    on May 18, 2007 By: Sophie Grigson Source: Times Online

  3. But Americans soon learned, Oren writes, that though camels conserve water, they are also "petulant, flatulent, halitosic, and liable to induce seasickness in their riders."
    on Jan 14, 2007 By: Michael Oren Source: Baltimore Sun

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