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excrementitious

 [ek″skrĕ-men-tish´us]
1. pertaining to excrement.
2. fecal.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

ex·cre·men·ti·tious

(eks'krē-men-tish'ŭs),
Relating to any excrement.
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ex·cre·men·ti·tious

(eks'krĕ-men-tish'ŭs)
Relating to any excrement.
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Indeed, imagining this to be another version of Thoreau's poetic and excrementitious sand foliage (if not also an interior view of the cow that crunches Whitman's grass), we could re-word Thoreau to say, "The Maker of this earth but patented digestion" (207).
I counted ten different terms, some of them drawn from 19th-century reports the author cites: excreta, fecal matter, human waste, excrement, most disgusting and filthy matter, residuals, manurial resources (my personal favourite), solid refuse, excrementitious deposits (a close second, in my opinion) and simple filth.
Among the social costs: gutters in Edinburgh overflowed "excrementitious and other refuse of at least 50,000 persons," and in Bristol 46.8 percent of industrial workers lived with their families in one-room apartments.