Examples of excrement in a Sentence
an ordinance that requires dog walkers to remove their animal's excrement from city streets
Recent Examples of excrement from the Web
Before leaving May’s government, Johnson had likened her Brexit proposal to excrement, using a more vulgar term.
But the Caps won, and PFT was suddenly mired in an unexpected excrement predicament.
In San Francisco, where it is widely supposed that conservatives are full of excrement, many locals remain oblivious to their town’s hyper-conservative streak even as folks protesting scooters adopt the inelegant tactic of defecating on them.
But also, more than 100 pieces of roach excrement on the kitchen walls by the walk-in cooler.
After a lengthy battle, the waste was mercifully gone as of Thursday — removed one truckload at a time — but little Parrish is left with the sting of feeling as if no one cared that all of this excrement was left on its doorstep.
Fresh human excrement and discarded needles lie scattered on the streets of the Tenderloin district just a few blocks from the five-star hotels of Union Square in the city’s downtown.
Photographs taken by an inspector showed cows standing hoof-deep in their own excrement.
Finally he was discovered emaciated and frozen to death in his own excrement.
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EXCREMENT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of excrement for English Language Learners
: solid waste passed out of the body
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