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Use "middens" in a sentence
"From the article: Packrats, which look like brown squirrels with Dumbo ears, are skilled home builders, and their massive nests, known as middens, can last 10,000 to 20,000 years though they are not usually inhabited the entire time."
"A world where oaths could be cast out with the chamberpots onto the middens was a world doomed to the rule of the likes of Count Syzambry and the Star Brothers."
"The south end of the lake, Mr. Zaborowski said, held one of the largest 'middens' (garbage dumps) for aboriginal villagers centuries ago."