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break wind:

To expel intestinal gases throught either end , the mouth or the anus (belch or fart). This expression has been in use since at least the 16 th century. See fart for synonyms.

Quote: William Shakespeare. The Comedy of Errors (1591): ' A man may break a word with you, sir, and words are but wind / Ay, and break it in your face , so he break it not behind .'

See Also: aspen leaf, back door trumpet, back in circulation, bed bugs, bent-wrist, blast off, break, break wind, force-fuck, fugo, heart breaker-upper, heart-crusher, heart-smasher, home wrecker, love cracked, melt the seal, shatter the seal, undefuckable, walkout, whoof, wind, windward passage

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