[ UK /ɛkskɹˈɛtɐ/ ]
  1. waste matter (as urine or sweat but especially feces) discharged from the body
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How To Use excreta In A Sentence

  • Human excreta - urine and feces - can be treated one of two ways, either aerobically (with oxygen) or anaerobically (without oxygen).
  • You get it by eating food contaminated with the excreta of people who are either infected themselves or who carry the germs.
  • To fathom the new reality it is first necessary to dismantle the drains, to lay open the gangrened ducts which compose the genitourinary system that supplies the excreta of art. Miller et matisse et moi
  • I noticed that much of nurses' time is spent on urine and excreta that get to the sheets.
  • Certain standards were well met, but still much potential for improvement in key procedures such as handwashing, use of isolation, and clearing up of excreta and other body fluids.
  • Whole cliffs of guano, the soluble nitrogen-rich excreta of seabirds, had piled high on a few rainless islands off the shores of Peru.
  • The excreta not because of weightlessness, but will scatter to the installment outside.
  • The River itself is not a river as such but a flowing stream of the filth of humanity - dead bodies, excreta, garbage, waste products from your factories and other such facilities.
  • Of the fatal effects of the effluvia from the excreta it would seem unnecessary to speak, were they not so constantly neglected. Notes on Nursing: What It Is, and What It Is Not
  • For example, the dissolved organic matter absorbed by a bacterium is likely a mixture of that excreted by a primary producer and some from the viral lysis of another bacterium as well the excreta of yet another organism that fed on a herbivore or a primary producer. Marine microbes
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