from The Century Dictionary.
- Flatulent; windy; generating wind; like wind; hence, empty; vain.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective obsolete Windy; generating wind.
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- adjective obsolete
windy; generating wind
- adjective obsolete generating
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In this hypochondriacal or flatuous melancholy, the symptoms are so ambiguous, saith  Crato in a counsel of his for a noblewoman, that the most exquisite physicians cannot determine of the part affected.
Of the cure of this flatuous melancholy, read more in Fienus de Flatibus, cap.
Ficinus Comment, cap. 9; naturally melancholy less than they, but once taken they are never freed; though many are of opinion flatuous or hypochondriacal melancholy are most subject of all others to this infirmity.
Hypochondriacal or flatuous melancholy, is that which the Arabians call mirachial, and is in my judgment the most grievous and frequent, though Bruel and Laurentius make it least dangerous, and not so hard to be known or cured.
Mercatus excepts, they be very flatuous, and have been otherwise accustomed unto it.
And that was the first peace of illiterative porthery in all the flamend floody flatuous world.
And with regard to their balsamic and aromatic nature, these qualities warm the stomach and expel wind, by rarefying the flatuous exhalations from chyle in the prima viæ.