Recent Examples of urine from the Web
Male dogs don’t always empty their bladder, keeping a little urine on reserve to mark things as needed.
Neighbors complained about vomit, urine and unchecked crowds of young, late night revelers outside the establishment in the 500 block of North Wells street.
According to legend, horse urine used to be added into the flour for extra acidity.
The level of the drug found in his urine was twice the amount allowed by antidoping rules.
Their urine was clean, but the International Olympic Committee said any group that gives Roger Goodell a five-year $200-million contract extension must be high on something.
With the help of a special centrifuge, their urine is distilled, then processed to provide clean drinking water.
The good news is testing is relatively painless: your doctor will typically perform a vaginal swab and may also collect a urine sample.
If absolutely nothing else, please stop trying to stave off bathroom visits all day as holding in your urine is bad for your kidneys.
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Origin and Etymology of urine
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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