coprophilic


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coprophilic

 [kop″ro-fil´ik]
1. pertaining to or characterized by coprophilia.
2. inhabiting feces or fecal-polluted water; said of microorganisms.

coprophilic

(kŏ-prŏf′ə-lĭk)
adj.
Of, relating to, or affected with coprophilia.

cop·ro·phil

, coprophilic (kop'rō-fil, -fil'ik)
1. Denoting microorganisms occurring in fecal matter.
2. Relating to coprophilia.
See: coprophilia

coprophilic

emanating from or pertaining to coprophilia.
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On occasion, admittedly, Alberti, like the coprophilic Gimenez Caballero, borders on the puerile; indeed, it is precisely the rebellious schoolboy mentality that underlies such observations as he made of the Tiber: 'las gaviotas viajeras las he visto en Roma, rodeando la cupula de San Pedro y descender a las aguas del Tiber para pescar los sucios detritus que arrojan las cloacas del Vaticano' (La arboleda perdida, Quinto libro, p.
Several of these theorists see the genesis of the Final Solution in Hitler's supposed coprophilic urges for his niece; others, in his rage at a Jewish doctor who diagnosed (misdiagnosed?
287-9) and the psychoanalytic contention that 'all interest in art' may be traced back to 'an infantile love of excrement' (supported by a quotation from Ernest Jones about the connection between religion, art, incest, and 'infantile coprophilic interests') is cited as an example of contemporary nonsense in Huxley's 'Rimini and Alberti' essay (Along the Road, 164-5).