1: Commonly and more particularly, an unforeseen form of defecation occurring only when one has solely anticipated and partially succeeds in the breaking of wind.
2: An unintentional defecation that occurs when attempting to break wind.
3: The accidental emergence of excrement during the release of rectal gas.
English: First notably expressed within the later part of the 20th century as a slang mixture and more typically used in the United States. The word is used in the movie “Along Came Poly”, but, the words exact origin and period of conception is not known. Shart is the unification of the first two letters from the word “shit” followed by the last three letters of the word “fart”; Sh ~ art.
Typically a shart is induced by diarrhea that has not yet displayed its symptoms and the sufferer simply feels the urge to pass gas.
When the urge to pass gas initially begins, the sufferer should attempt to restrain from allowing release for a few minutes. Typically a shart can be avoided as the symptoms of diarrhea will be sensed a few minutes after an initial false gas episode has occurred.
If this a common occurrence one should consult with a physician.