feculence
Noun

feculence

  1. The state or quality of being feculent.
  2. Feculent matter; dregs, filth.
    • 1996, Will Self, The Sweet Smell of Psychosis, Bloomsbury 2011, p. 42:
      At least his hangover was on the wane; all he felt now were a certain wateriness in the lower belly, and a feculence of mucus ramed up both nostrils, not unlike two small coral reefs.
Translations
  • German: Fäkulenz, Kotartigkeit



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