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Definition of "scatological" []

  • Relating to the research area of scatology, the particulate study of biological excrement, feces or dung. (adjective)
  • Relating to scatology, the usage of obscenities. (adjective)

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Use "scatological" in a sentence
  • "Anyone who is not a loyal supporter is accused of being a fascist, sometimes in scatological terms."
  • "Some bugs do need to be worked out – ScalzAI TM produced a thread on sheep farts that degenerated into a series of one word scatological rebuttals."
  • "Some of the humour is very funny (unfortunately too much of it is still scatological, which is tedious and detracts from the whole) and the characterisation much better than I remember, especially Kai, who is given a larger and more active role in this season."