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bloated

(blō′tĭd)
adj.
Medicine Swollen or distended beyond normal size by fluid or gaseous material.

bloated

(blōt′ĕd) [AS. blout]
Swollen or distended beyond normal size as by serum, water, or gas.
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Recently, I've had a very bloated stomach and find both symptoms get worse with foods such as onions, broccoli and bread.
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Not even eight months into his tenure, Brewer has just begun to scratch the service of a bloated bureaucracy that needs serious cutting.
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The children in Strasburg, Colorado, belong to the good people in this community, not to the bloated federal government ideologues.
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