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feculent

 [fek´u-lent]
1. having dregs or sediment.
3. fecal.

fec·u·lent

(fek'yū-lent),
Foul.
[L. faeculentus, full of excrement, fr. faeces, dregs, feces]

feculent

/fec·u·lent/ (-int)
1. having dregs or sediment.
2. pertaining to or of the nature of feces.

feculent

(fĕk′yə-lənt)
adj.
Full of foul or impure matter; fecal.

fec′u·lence n.

fec·u·lent

(fek'yū-lĕnt)
Foul.
[L. faeculentus, full of excrement, fr. faeces, dregs, feces]

fec·u·lent

(fek'yū-lĕnt)
Foul.
[L. faeculentus, full of excrement, fr. faeces, dregs, feces]

feculent

1. having dregs or sediment.
2. excrementitious.
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