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scatological

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • adj scatological dealing pruriently with excrement and excretory functions "scatological literature"
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • scatological Same as scatologic.
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Usage

In literature:

Maybe to Harkaway it's eschatology, but to me it's just plain scatology!
"Once a Greech" by Evelyn E. Smith
The scatological material was even less satisfactory than the stomach material in providing determinable food items.
"Life History and Ecology of the Five-lined Skink, Eumeces fasciatus" by Henry S. Fitch
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In news:

It's loaded with scatological humor -- poop gags and flatulence jokes.
Much has been made about Mitt Romney, in 1983, putting his family dog Seamus in a kennel on top of his roof and driving from Boston to Canada, with said canine Seamus making his displeasure known in a rather scatological way.
Kelley was a master of the decrepit, the forlorn, the scatological, the cruelly cast off.
But any time preachers start amassing personal fortunes, my Bovine Scatology and Skepticism Scale arcs off the chart.
The scatological term fills a linguistic gap in a crisis-plagued year.
Here's a little public health reminder, courtesy of the Lewisburg Water and Wastewater Department, along with an old story that arises from a scatological thought born of a my uncle 's new lawn.
SPECTACULARLY debauched, scatologically obsessed, ugly, French and dead, Serge Gainsbourg may be the least likely pop star of 2001.
'Just Go With It': A Sad Union of the Saccharine and Scatological.
'Just Go With It': A Sad Union of the Saccharine and Scatological .
Scott Walker's new album Bish Bosch, out on 4AD, is part three of a loose trilogy that began with Tilt, followed by Drift and now concludes with the sprawling, scatological, majestic and arresting Bish Bosch .
Scatological orientalist piffle aside, there's no reason US troops can't be culturally sensitive and attuned to threats in their midst at the same time.
The dispute over the scatological website set up following remarks Rick Santorum made back in 2003 highlights what some see as ethical concerns over the political use of the Internet.
That is, if you can without thinking of Dave Chappelle's scatological parody "Pee On You".
Kevin Kolb is most certainly not, as he so eloquently put in scatological terms the other day, a contemptible person.
Examine Bible stories top to bottom — particularly the "bottoms" — and you will find a blue vein of sexual and scatological humor not-so-hidden in the verses, say two scholars of Hebrew Scriptures and an evangelical satire writer.
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