detritus[ dih-trahy-tuh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF detritus
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DETRITUS
By some unknown convulsion, this detritus had been heaped up.
There is detritus enough in Glen Spean, but not where it is wanted.
Death is only real for all the detritus of the world, for all the sorrow, for all the injustice, for all the grief.
The mouth of the Dranse, hard by, is a dreary collection of detritus.
The road was bad, for the whole country was full of detritus.
The rest of the water, therefore, pours into the lake under the detritus.
When the water was drained away, the detritus covered the ground.
What an inconceivable tangle of detritus those streets must be!
Nothing is wasted; life's detritus is used for self defense.
Bottom mud, rubble and detritus; rubble riffles; water turbid.