[ US /skæˈtɔɫədʒi/ ]
  1. a preoccupation with obscenity (especially that dealing with excrement or excretory functions)
  2. (medicine) the chemical analysis of excrement (for medical diagnosis or for paleontological purposes)
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How To Use scatology In A Sentence

  • The Brits, with their propensity for schoolboy humour and scatology, deal with the subject by uproarious laughter.
  • But Sharon caught me off guard when she started to talk with some approval about scatology, a fetish whose adherents use feces to enhance sexual activity.
  • Where the party of salmon-fishermen, the Solomons of piscatology? Acadia or, A Month with the Blue Noses
  • The thirty-three volumes of his history of Bohemia, his five books on fish-raising (piscatology), and the work entitled "Ueber das heilige Messopfer" justify his reputation. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 11: New Mexico-Philip
  • The rumbustious humor, gleefully mixing sex, scatology and food, resembles Fellini at his most burlesque, while the hints of the surreal and the supernatural recall South American magic realism.
  • Another hot new technique for field biologists is the euphoniously named science of molecular scatology.
  • But it is not just sex that is fixated on waste and scatology; the characters within the film are painted with a misanthropic glee.
  • The bovine scatology from the dems on lowering deficit, saving medicare, and lowering health care costs would make a blowfly wince. Nelson launches TV ad defending vote
  • Tf you don't mind a little scatology along with your predictable love story, you could do worse than this amiable diversion, which will provide an above-average quota of giggles.
  • The subtle interweaving of scatology and death is positively Freudian.
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