feculent

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adjective fec·u·lent \ ˈfe-kyə-lənt \

Definition of feculent

:foul with impurities :fecal

feculence

play \ˈfe-kyə-lən(t)s\ noun

Origin and Etymology of feculent

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


Medical Dictionary

feculent

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adjective fec·u·lent \ ˈfek-yə-lənt \

medical Definition of feculent

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

feculence

play \-lən(t)s\ noun

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