flatulent

 /ˈflætjʊlənt/



WordReference Random House Unabridged Dictionary of American English © 2015
flat•u•lent  (flachə lənt), 
adj. 
  1. Physiologygenerating gas in the alimentary canal, as food.
  2. Physiologyattended with, caused by, or suffering from such an accumulation of gas.
  3. having unsupported pretensions;
    inflated and empty;
    pompous;
    turgid:a flatulent style.
Etymology:
  • Neo-Latin flātulentus; see flatus, -ulent
  • 1590–1600
flatu•lence, flatu•len•cy, n. 
flatu•lent•ly, adv. 


Collins Concise English Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers::

flatulent /ˈflætjʊlənt/ adj
  1. suffering from or caused by an excessive amount of gas in the alimentary canal, producing uncomfortable distension
  2. generating excessive gas in the alimentary canal
  3. pretentious or windy in style
Etymology: 16th Century: from New Latin flātulentus, from Latin: flatus

ˈflatulence, ˈflatulency n ˈflatulently adv



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