Origin of flatulent
OTHER WORDS FROM flatulentflat·u·lence, flat·u·len·cy, nounflat·u·lent·ly, adverbnon·flat·u·lent, adjective
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How to use flatulent in a sentence
In flatulent and spasmodic affections of the bowels, and in gastric irritability.
Apply cupping glasses to the stomach and also to the navel, especially if the swelling be flatulent.
Potatoes, when eaten freely, are flatulent, but not inconvenient when eaten moderately.Vegetable Diet: As Sanctioned by Medical Men, and by Experience in All Ages|William Andrus Alcott
It is a popular remedy in dyspepsia, flatulent colic, and heartburn.
In the flatulent colic of infants, and as an adjunct to aperient medicine.