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flatulent

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
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Attractive sounds of winter magic introduce an oboe-led dance with Prokofiev-like accompanying textures (though Gernon's flatulent trombones have no place here) which is highly enchanting.
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At these sickeningly boring events, the dubious decisions of an often shadowy jury are announced with flatulent rhetoric and overchewed jokes to the accompaniment of plastic food and dishwasher wine.
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Thus she makes central to her account such problems as the opaqueness of the conscience and the ease of its fraudulent imitation, the fine line between the liberty of the conscience and a rebellion against or a reform of royalism or theocracy, the careful negotiations allowing women to speak as men yet remain decidedly within the patriarchal hierarchy, the distinction between the individual inspired interpreter of the Word and flatulent enthusiasm, and the differences between Puritans within the church and sectarians and separatists without.
9 FRANK RICH, SATURDAY OP-ED COLUMN IN THE NEW YORK TIMES An island of hilarious sanity in a sea of ideological doggerel and flatulent punditology.