Examples of flatulence in a Sentence
symptoms include nausea, flatulence, and cramps
Recent Examples of flatulence from the Web
In February, a pilot for the airline landed a plane after a fight broke out over another passenger’s continued flatulence.
Photo: Stephanie Aaronson/The Wall Street Journal Companies have long grappled with how to address the embarrassment associated with buying certain products, whether condoms or drugs that treat conditions like flatulence and erectile dysfunction.
The bitter divorce battle between billionaire bond king Bill Gross and his ex-wife is beginning to stink — like vomit, flatulence and dead fish.
The finding comes courtesy of a study in Nature Astronomy, revealing that the cloud tops of Uranus are made principally of hydrogen sulfide, the gas that is principally responsible for the foul smell of rotten eggs and, yes, human flatulence.
No one can deny another human’s right to flatulence.
Yet James’ effort was overshadowed by: •J.R. Smith’s brain flatulence.
Twitter is about to celebrate its 12th birthday and, like most adolescents, hasn’t really become a responsible citizen yet, or grown beyond its infatuation with flatulence jokes, anonymous notes and shameless self-promotion.
Early indications of a UC Davis study show feeding dairy cows seaweed may reduce methane emissions caused by their defecation, belching and flatulence, the university announced Thursday.
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FLATULENCE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of flatulence for English Language Learners
: the presence of too much gas or air in the stomach or intestines
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