Recent Examples of constipated from the Web
Indeed, toilet readers were less constipated than their non-reader peers.
Later that month, the makeup artist and wellness enthusiast Rose-Marie Swift released RMS Beauty Within, a pair of dietary supplements that includes probiotic and digestive enzymes, after fielding complaints on set from constipated models.
So, what’s a pee-shy, constipated, or simply bored person to do?
Obviously men can be constipated too, but women are much more likely to be constipated than men.
Many goldfish owners feed their pets pellets, but these snacks are low in fibre and can cause fish to become constipated, which in turn puts pressure on the swim bladder.
Meanwhile, the owners of Snorri the constipated rabbit came to visit him.
Show us the view from the Ferris wheel at night, adolescent crushes at the snow-cone stand and the constipated faces of high-speed coaster riders.
Constipated fish should be put on a fast for a few days, and then routinely fed chopped, fibrous veggies like zucchini and carrots.
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First Known Use of constipated
CONSTIPATED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of constipated for English Language Learners
: unable to easily release solid waste from your body : unable to have a bowel movement easily
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