|Origin:||cesperal 'cesspool' (1500-1600), probably from suspiral 'air hole' (14-16 centuries), from Old French souspirail, from souspirer 'to sigh'; influenced by pool|
1 also cess‧poolD
a large hole or container under the ground in which waste from a building, especially from the toilets, is collected
a place or situation in which people behave in a bad or immoral way:
For weeks the affair threatened to be a cesspit of scandal.