[ UK /sˈɛspɪt/ ]
  1. a covered cistern; waste water and sewage flow into it
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How To Use cesspit In A Sentence

  • I will have to maintain an aura of dignity even if I am thrown into a cesspit.
  • Even at superstar level, most rock bands are cesspits of raging ego, petty bitterness, monstrous vanity, sordid self-abuse and very bad hair days.
  • In the cesspit of Scottish Labour politics, policy doesn't get a look in.
  • Some of them even brought mud from the garden and worse yet, buckets full of sludge from the cesspit.
  • Even before his bid was successful there were plans at Manchester United to build a regional casino and so make money out of the cesspit of misery that the evil gambling trade promotes.
  • Do David Renwick et al. have ANY sense of decency or moral values whatsoever or has cocaine-fuelled 'yoof' culture within the BBC distorted all values and perspectives to the point of becoming a moral cesspit? Public revulsion engulfs the BBC
  • March Madness is a thing of singular beauty in the ugly, wretched cesspit that is college sports.
  • Trucks that used to empty cesspits and septic tanks can no longer be used due to a lack of tyres, batteries and other spare parts.
  • It was the old cesspit whose drainage field the sergeants had tunnelled through. THE INNOCENT
  • They quickly discovered that the barracks hospital had been constructed over a contaminated cesspit and that the patients were literally wallowing in their own sewage.
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