One splendid body is worth the brains of a hundred dyspeptic, flatulent philosophers.
Haller says that lentils are so flatulent as to kill horses.
There was the flatulent Jim Deming with his money—she could quickly marry him.
And in style, too, what can be more depressing than the style which is meant to be "strange" and is only flatulent?
In mere indigestion the food taken is apt to come up, and the same may happen in flatulent colic.
It is even more ridiculous than was poor ——'s, of flatulent memory.
It is indicated in flatulent colic, atonic dyspepsia and diarrhœa and gives very good results.
He was a partisan Liberal; and he greeted Goodwin with flatulent importance as a brother in the cause.
Coffee is, therefore, to be preferred in cases of flatulent dyspepsia.
The dried seeds are still more nutritious, but are heavy and flatulent unless well cooked.
1590s, from Middle French flatulent, from Modern Latin flatulentus, from Latin flatus "a blowing, a breaking wind," past participle of flare "to blow, puff," which is cognate with Old English blawan (see blow (v.1)).