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flatulent

 [flat´u-lent]
characterized by flatulence; distended with gas.

flat·u·lent

(flat'yū-lent),
Relating to or suffering from flatulence.

flatulent

(flăch′ə-lənt)
adj.
1. Of, afflicted with, or caused by flatulence.
2. Inducing or generating flatulence.
3. Pompous; bloated.

flat′u·lent·ly adv.

flatulent

adjective Affected or characterised by, or referring to, flatulence.

flat·u·lent

(flat'yū-lĕnt)
Relating to or suffering from flatulence.
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