flatulent

Flatulent vs Brockle - What's the difference?

flatulent | brockle |


As adjectives the difference between flatulent and brockle

is that flatulent is affected by gas in the intestine; likely to fart while brockle is of food odors: malodorous, flatulent, pungent: smelling of sulfur, hydrogen sulfide, or hydrogen disulfide.

Flatulent vs Flatus - What's the difference?

flatulent | flatus | Derived terms |

Flatulent is a derived term of flatus.


In context|obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between flatulent and flatus

is that flatulent is (obsolete) vain while flatus is (obsolete) morbid inflation or swelling.

As a adjective flatulent

is affected by gas in the intestine; likely to fart.

As a noun flatus is

(uncountable) gas generated in the digestive tract.

What is the difference between flatulence and flatulent?

flatulence | flatulent |

Flatulence is a related term of flatulent.


As a noun flatulence

is the state of having gas, often malodorous, trapped (and often released, frequently with noise) in the digestive system of a human and some other animals; wind; and when released, a flatus, a fart.

As a adjective flatulent is

affected by gas in the intestine; likely to fart.

What is the difference between flatulate and flatulent?

flatulate | flatulent | Related terms |

Flatulate is a related term of flatulent.


As a verb flatulate

is to emit digestive gases from the anus, especially with accompanying sound.

As a adjective flatulent is

affected by gas in the intestine; likely to fart.

What is the difference between flatulently and flatulent?

flatulently | flatulent | Derived terms |

Flatulently is a derived term of flatulent.


As a adverb flatulently

is in a flatulent manner or fashion.

As a adjective flatulent is

affected by gas in the intestine; likely to fart.

What is the difference between curmurring and flatulent?

curmurring | flatulent | Synonyms |

Curmurring is a synonym of flatulent.


As adjectives the difference between curmurring and flatulent

is that curmurring is producing a murmuring or grumbling sound while flatulent is affected by gas in the intestine; likely to fart.

As a noun curmurring

is a low-pitched murmuring, grumbling sound.

What is the difference between breezy and flatulent?

breezy | flatulent |

Breezy is a synonym of flatulent.


As adjectives the difference between breezy and flatulent

is that breezy is with a breeze blowing, with a lively wind, pleasantly windy while flatulent is affected by gas in the intestine; likely to fart.

What is the difference between fart and flatulent?

fart | flatulent |

Flatulent is a see also of fart.


As a verb fart

is {{context|informal|mildly|vulgar|lang=en}} to emit digestive gases from the anus; to flatulate.

As a noun fart

is (informal) an emission of digestive gases from the anus; a flatus {{defdate|from 15th c}}.

As a adjective flatulent is

affected by gas in the intestine; likely to fart.

What is the difference between windy and flatulent?

windy | flatulent | Synonyms |

Windy is a synonym of flatulent.


As adjectives the difference between windy and flatulent

is that windy is accompanied by wind or windy can be (of a path etc) having many bends; winding, twisting or tortuous while flatulent is affected by gas in the intestine; likely to fart.

As a noun windy

is (colloquial) fart.

What is the difference between intestine and flatulent?

intestine | flatulent |


In context|obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between intestine and flatulent

is that intestine is (obsolete) internal while flatulent is (obsolete) vain.

As adjectives the difference between intestine and flatulent

is that intestine is domestic; taking place within a given country or region while flatulent is affected by gas in the intestine; likely to fart.

As a noun intestine

is {{context|anatomy|often pluralized|lang=en}} the alimentary canal of an animal through which food passes after having passed all stomachs.

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