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- n. The state of being feculent.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The state or quality of being feculent; muddiness; foulness.
- n. That which is feculent; sediment; lees; dregs.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Muddiness; foulness; the quality of being foul with extraneous matter or lees.
- n. That which is feculent; sediment; dregs; excrementitious matter.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. something that is feculent
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The Rev. Ian Dingwall is an acolyte in the peddling of meaningless drivel masquerading as Christianity; the medium is the Niagara Anglican paper, the audience is almost all gone and the message is a swirling feculence making its way down the plug-hole of eternity:
"The only one I wish to mock is thee, thou miserable excuse for feculence!"
So, donate today or I will have to start buying commercial remedies to absorb feline feculence.
During the last 50 years the ACoC has worked diligently at generating and distributing sewage: feculence falls from on high to be shovelled and distributed evenly by diligent parish priests and wardens.
A city that has as much opulence as it does feculence, there are over 1250 miles of underground sewage piping in Paris.
Few others could have pulled off turning our feculence into fascination.
I'm so pleased to report the well written script sent me scuttling to the dictionary several times with vocabulary-above-a-ninth grade-level, like scutes, limn and I love saying this word feculence.
How did they ever manage the feculence that accrued during the voyage.
A few American newspapers and magazines of the genus mugwump, enemies of Cuban liberty and apologists for the Weylerian butcheries and brutalities, are now busily engaged in belittling those who enabled Señorita Cisneros to escape from her captors, are heaping their feculence upon Mesdames Jefferson Davis, Jno.
The State to which I belong, must "perform a lustration" -- must purge and purify herself from the feculence of civil slavery, and emulate the States of the North in their zeal for throwing down the gloomy idol which we are said to worship, before her senators can have any title to appear in this high assembly.