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13.
a small fart often not thought to be worth mentionning, but can sometimes be followed through, resulting excremishing or a fartleberry.
see 'excremished'
there are never really examples as they are not often spoken of, unless resulting in a follow through, one may be on the bus and be confronted by a fellow human being who will say something along these lines
"'psst. man I need help, you know that smell...well I though it was a fartle, but seems there was more to it than that...you don't 'appen to 'ave a spair pair of undies do you?"
by Daniel Crompton November 19, 2003
 
1.
When you fart in your sleep so abrubtly it startles you awake.
I awoke from my slumber to fartle follwed by an unpleasant odor.
by Lauren McCormack January 25, 2006
 
2.
to startle unwary persons with a fart
my dog was asleep nearby, I did a loud fart, he woke up, sniffed the air and ran away fartled
by uknowidid March 12, 2010
 
3.
To be so suprised you fart
Startled by her enormous clatterage? I was so taken back I was fartled, and dropped on right there and then,
by Silentbob October 14, 2003
 
4.
When an unexpected fart startles you or wakes you from sleep.
1. "I fartled myself awake on the train."

2. "My baby keeps fartling himself awake. I can't get him to sleep through his gas."
by J Blo August 19, 2010
 
5.
verb; to startle oneself with flatulence, to wake up due to one's own undexpected fart, fart + startle = fartle
While napping, my dog, Fido, fartled himself and wondered where that sound and smell had come from.
by dannyboykc November 18, 2010
 
6.
To fart so loudly and unexpectedly that you startle someone
After eating a big burrito for dinner, I fartled myself awake at 2 a.m.
by Dusty Lowquarters March 13, 2010
 
7.
To startle a fart out of someone.
"Oh man. Worst fartle ever. I was afeared and thenjoy everything smelled terribly."
by 6username9 May 14, 2014