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scatological

[skatəloj′ik]
pertaining to scatology.

scatological

adjective Referring to scatology, see there.
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While your attention wanders during the mountingly implausible and increasingly turgid plot, you might find yourself pondering quite how Neeson's career has gone from Schindler's List to this sad and appropriately scatologically fuelled farrago where the comic highlight is a Colombian finding a price fixing offer of soyabeans culturally offensive.
The chairman of the Brooklyn Museum of Art's board, Robert Rubin, for example, became so addled when stricken that he offered City Hall various deals that would involve restricting or even removing some of the art in question (the sliced-up animal displays of artist Damien Hirst and the scatologically enhanced portrait of Mother Mary by Chris Ofili, an Afro- Englishman who recycles pachyderm leavings) and accepting a reduction in the museum's funding from the city.
He scatologically excoriates the attempt to effect the "transmission" of the knowledge necessary to function successfully in society as "Preparation H" (because one needs it to get into Harvard).
Seen through the eyes of his contemporaries, he was not the immature, scatologically inclined brat depicted in the film Amadeus but instead was perceived as a sober, eminently practical and knowledgeable theatre man, who knew his emperor, his librettist and his public and was not given to indulging in unrealizable fantasies.
Pisstown resembles the United States at the turn of the last century; we encounter patent medicines, house hands with names like Red Cane, and a lack of indoor plumbing, from which the scatologically obsessed Ohle seems to derive no end of pleasure (I have never read a novel with so many enemas and colonics or a writer with such a grasp of the erotics of discharge).
Not that he needs much help, since the braying, scatologically inclined Mozart tends to offend most of the powerful figures in court.