Faeces

The solid waste matter left after digestion of food. It is formed in the part of the large intestine (bowel) called the colon and contains indigestible food, some excess water, cells and bacteria. It is discharged from the body through the anus, when it may be referred to as stools.
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Faeces

(bowel motion, bowel motions, stool, stools) Waste matter from digested food that is passed out of the bowel through the rectum (back passage).
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faeces

Stools or motions.
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Faeces

Bodily waste derived from ingested food and discharged through the anus.
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faeces

<gastroenterology> The excrement discharged from the intestines, consisting of bacteria, cells exfoliated from the intestines, secretions, chiefly of the liver and a small amount of food residue. ... Origin: L. Faeces, pl. Of faex = refuse ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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Faeces

• (n.pl.) Excrement; ordure; also, settlings; sediment after infusion or distillation.
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Faeces

Faeces is the term applied to egested food.
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faeces

Remains of food and other waste material eliminated from the digestive tract of animals by way of the anus. Faeces consist of quantities of fibrous material, bacteria and other micro-organisms, rubbed-off lining of the digestive tract, bile fluids, undigested food, minerals, and water
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Faeces

Bowel excretions.
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Faeces

These are remains of food and other debris passed out of the digestive tract of animals.
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