Examples of stool in a Sentence
She sat on a stool.
The patient had bloody stools.
Recent Examples of stool from the Web
Three years ago, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Cologuard, the first and only stool DNA screening test that provides people with a non-invasive screening option that can be used in the privacy of their home.
English legend tell us that the mushrooms of the fairy ring are stools for fairies to rest upon, after a long night of revelry.
There are iron pills for the anemia, a stool softener for the constipating effects of the iron pills, and painkillers, two kinds.
A remnant of Eddie’s is a stool in a library behind the original restaurant.
According to Watson, the ideal stool has about 75 percent water and 25 percent bacteria and fiber.
A piano stool in the living room belonged to her great-grandfather, who taught voice and piano lessons.
The service, which asks buyers to submit blood, saliva, stool and other samples for analysis, costs $59 a month, or $599 a year.
That distinction may belong to his friend Marcel Duchamp, who in 1913 mounted a bicycle wheel on top of a stool and called it art.
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