To break wind

Related to To break wind: broke wind
to give vent to wind from the anus.

See also: Break

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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SO it's not good for cows and sheep to break wind anymore.
With regard to the continued onslaught against smokers and some of their paranoid critics, can we now have a no breaking wind campaign in Newcastle where members of the public are not allowed to break wind in public?
``I would advise Sir Cliff Richard not to break wind when he hears our song for fear of following through, '' joked Justin.
In the early 1990s its National Liver and Intestine Foundation launched a publicity campaign encouraging people to break wind at least 15 times a day!
Aye and if you've ever tried to break wind after a heavy curry you'll know risk-taking can also be in your jeans.
"To save my life, I couldn't bring myself to break wind in front of a woman.
But it is the robot's ability to break wind and snore which has caused a stir in the world of robotics.
ADON'T know what your doctor advised you to eat but there are some things which increase the tendency to break wind such as pulses and bran.