They must feed on meat like lions; but their souls were like the souls of hens born on dunghills.
Probably because some cow-houses and dunghills stood on the original site.
The goddess was Atalanta, patron of grooms, dunghills, and stables.
This light is frequently seen about burying-places and dunghills.
There were dunghills before the doors, and no lack of pools and puddles.
These exercise frequently in the artillery ground, engage in mock fights and sieges, and storm the dunghills with great address.
Not a trace of disorder or dirt, of boards and tools lying about, dunghills near the paths, or the like.
It deposits its eggs, which are fifteen to twenty in number, commonly in dunghills, in one agglutinated mass.
The place has become the shabbiest farm-house, with muddy water in the old pices d'eau and dunghills on the old parterres.
Beggars cozen him with musty things which they have raked from dunghills, and he preserves their rags for precious relicks.