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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And because the thematic energy behind the descriptive options happens to come from issues of degeneration pushing back the promise of regeneration, certain puritanical readers have sometimes condemned the book as unnecessarily coprophilic.
McCarthy, of course, is here embodied by the chocolate Santa itself, identifiable by the artist's signature beard, holding in its right arm what might be described as McCarthy's personal attribute, his iconic motif--a monumental butt plug, now a farcical (from the Latin farcire, to stuff) reference to the once taboo coprophilic spectacle of McCarthy's earlier performances, magically changing the highcolonic to the high caloric.
coprophilic filth flies) are recognized transport hosts for a variety of parasites (3-5), but not for C.