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excrement

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Human, Biology
excrementex‧cre‧ment /ˈekskrəmənt/ noun [uncountable]  formalHBH the solid waste material that you get rid of through your bowels
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excrementBoys with wicker baskets full of bricks and masonry hurry past; the streets stink and run with mud and excrement.Rotting food, excrement, broken glass had to be painstakingly cleaned up later.The odor of excrement that is overpowering on certain tiers.It was revolting to see these half-starved creatures snuffling around behind the houses or along the river-bank in search of excrement.In my bed is a faint smell of excrement.It smelled of damp mold and rat excrement.People from the neighborhood rushed in and threw the place up for grabs, smearing excrement on the walls.He stopped to wipe away the excrement, which blinded his eyes and coated his lips.
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