Egested matter, especially excrement.(noun-plural)
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Use "egesta" in a sentence
"Ambergris was long supposed to be a fossil, a vegetable which grew upon the sea-bottom or rose in springs; or a “substance produced in the water like naphtha or bitumen” (!): now it is known to be the egesta of a whale."
"When he examined the egesta, and felt his pulse, he declared that much of the virus was discharged, and, giving him a composing draught, assured him he had good hopes of his recovery. —"
"Do the egesta pass out in the form of normal feces?"