feculent

adjective
fec·​u·​lent | \ˈfe-kyə-lənt \

Definition of feculent 

: foul with impurities : fecal

Other Words from feculent

feculence \ˈfe-​kyə-​lən(t)s \ noun

First Known Use of feculent

15th century, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for feculent

Middle English, from Latin faeculentus, from faec-, faex

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feculent

adjective
fec·​u·​lent | \ˈfek-yə-lənt \

Medical Definition of feculent 

: foul with impurities : fecal a feculent odor of the breath

Other Words from feculent

feculence \-​lən(t)s \ noun

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