Liquid and solid waste carried off in sewers or drains.(noun)
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Use "sewage" in a sentence
"The term sewage many years ago was rightly applied to the excremental refuse of towns, but it is a most difficult matter to define the liquid that teems into our rivers under the name of sewage to-day; in most towns "chemical refuse" is the best name for the complex fluid running from the sewers."
"The city forms its poisons which we call sewage and the body its poisons, which we call excreta (or carbonic acid, urea, uric acid, faeces, etc.)"
"All the wiring for power, water and sewage is in place."