Definition of 'flatulent'
Example sentences containing 'flatulent'
Instead of glory and power, instead of a gleaming shuttle pushed by its tail of fire, this slow creaking wagon behind this flatulent horse.A PLAGUE OF ANGELS (1993)
Do I want to go to Westminster - to all that hot air and whisky-breath, that flatulent oratory and bar-room barracking?POLITICAL SUICIDE (1993)
AFTER ALL THESE YEARS (1993)
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