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
The bed of excrement also contained unusual levels of bile acids and fatty compounds found in the digestive tracts of horses and ruminants.
The floors and walls of the room were covered in excrement and the dogs had a variety of health problems.
A CNN host called President Trump a ‘man baby’ and a piece of excrement.
Police allegedly found no food in the home and say the home’s carpeting was stained black with excrement.
In one recent offering, he is shown as Dumbo, the Disney elephant, flying away from the United States after burying it under great piles of excrement.
SYDNEY, Australia — The annual beach pilgrimage during the height of summer in Melbourne, Australia’s second-largest city, is threatened by an unsettling phenomenon: shores where the tides are tainted with excrement.
In the summer of 2011, at least one prisoner smeared his excrement in his cell ventilation shafts, sending a stench through the structure that sickened both captives and guards.
On the unfinished concrete floor were sacks of coarse gray powder, empty cigarette packets, and two neat piles of human excrement.
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Origin and Etymology of excrement
Latin excrementum, from excernere
First Known Use: 1533See Words from the same year
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Definition of excrement for English Language Learners
: solid waste passed out of the body
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