Definition of Defecating. Meaning of Defecating. Synonyms of Defecating

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Definition of Defecating

Defecate Def"e*cate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Defecated; p. pr. & vb. n. Defecating.] 1. To clear from impurities, as lees, dregs, etc.; to clarify; to purify; to refine. To defecate the dark and muddy oil of amber. --Boyle. 2. To free from extraneous or polluting matter; to clear; to purify, as from that which materializes. We defecate the notion from materiality. --Glanvill. Defecated from all the impurities of sense. --Bp. Warburton.

Meaning of Defecating from wikipedia

- be expelled this way, in a process called egestion. open defecation, the practice of defecating outside or in public, without using a toilet of any kind
- defecation postures to defecate: squatting, semi-squatting, or sitting. people use the squatting postures when using squat toilets or when defecating
- defecography (also known as proctography, defecating/defecation proctography, evacuating/evacuation proctography or dynamic rectal examination) is a type
- open defecation is the practice of people defecating outside and not into a designated toilet. the term is widely used in literature about water, sanitation
- obstructed defecation (also known as rectal outlet obstruction, evacuatory dysfunction, obstructed defecation syndrome, outlet constipation, and pelvic
- acts involving ****. it variously means an act of defecating on one's ****ual partner, defecating on someone who is asleep, or hitting someone with a
- latrines (latrine areas, animal toilets, defecation sites) are places where wildlife animals habitually defecate and urinate. many kinds of animals are
- removed or medicated by their owners, and they do not die or stop eating/defecating. h. gallinarum eggs can remain infective in soil for four years, a high