broken wind

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  • noun

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a chronic emphysema of the horse that causes difficult expiration and heaving of the flanks


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If they had broken wind she would stand above them and spray air freshener at them.
Well, if you are Blair you look sort of slightly put-out, as if someone's just broken wind, and you don't even bother checking your jacket which has just been covered in God knows what.
Look out for them all in this publicity shot from 1970, together with a yawning Geoff Hurst, Peter Shilton reacting like Martin Peters has just violently broken wind - and friendless Emlyn Hughes shoved out on the right wing, where Terry Cooper drew the short straw and had to endure his endless prattle.
The crook had broken wind while hiding - and Mike traced the smell to a cupboard
30pm) THE first series of this classic '70s sitcom remake was greeted about as warmly as someone who's broken wind in a packed lift.