Waste material, especially fecal matter, that is expelled from the body after digestion.(noun)
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Use "excrement" in a sentence
"V. i.110 (429,6) [dally with my excrement] The authour has before called the beard _valour's excrement_ in the Merchant of Venice."
"Even what we call excrement still stores up the stuff of our lives."
"While there have been many distinguished American winners, including Tom Wolfe and John Updike, bad sex veterans reserve a special place in their hearts for Norman Mailer, who won posthumously in 2007 for a passage in which the word "excrement" is used so alarmingly that it threatens to put a reader off sex for good."