excreta[ ik-skree-tuh ]SEE DEFINITION OF excreta
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXCRETA
The excreta of that army of sick poisoned the air with their noxious emanations.
These comprise the removal of excreta— By discharging it into running water.
In the excreta of carnivorous animals no excretin has been discovered, although a substance resembling it has been found.
All excreta which cannot be burned is buried so that it cannot be reached by flies.
The excreta of some species of bacteria act as poison to destroy other species.
Even the excreta of animals have sometimes been counted sacred.
It is this fact which makes the difference between the excreta of a dog or lion and that of a cow or horse.
The excreta of one specimen contained feathers of an unidentified species of bird.
After the excreta have been superficially buried plants of the cabbage tribe are dibbled in as soon as may be.
If excreta are to be used for agricultural purposes, no chemical antiseptics must on any account whatever be mixed with them.